Surviving Sepsis Campaign: International Guidelines for Management of Sepsis and Septic Shock 2021.

@article{Evans2021SurvivingSC,
  title={Surviving Sepsis Campaign: International Guidelines for Management of Sepsis and Septic Shock 2021.},
  author={Laura Evans and Andrew Rhodes and Waleed Alhazzani and Massimo Antonelli and Craig M. Coopersmith and Craig J French and Fl{\'a}via Ribeiro Machado and Lauralyn McIntyre and Marlies Ostermann and Hallie C. Prescott and Christa A. Schorr and Steven Q. Simpson and W. Joost Wiersinga and Fayez Ebrahim Alshamsi and Derek C. Angus and Yaseen M. Arabi and Luciano Azevedo and Richard Beale and Greg Beilman and Emilie P. Belley‐Cote and Lisa D. Burry and Maurizio Cecconi and John E. Centofanti and Angel O Coz Yataco and Jan J. De Waele and R. Phillip Dellinger and Kent Doi and Bin Du and Elisa Estenssoro and Ricard Ferrer and Charles David Gomersall and Carol L. Hodgson and Morten Hylander M{\o}ller and Theodore J Iwashyna and Shevin T. Jacob and Ruth Kleinpell and Michael Klompas and Younsuck Koh and Anand Kumar and Arthur Kwizera and Suzana M A Lobo and Harold Q. Masur and S. A. Mcgloughlin and Sangeeta Mehta and Yatin B Mehta and Mervyn Mer and Mark E. Nunnally and Simon J. W. Oczkowski and Tiffany Medlin Osborn and Elizabeth Papathanassoglou and Anders Perner and Michael A. Puskarich and Jason Edward Roberts and William D Schweickert and Maureen A. Seckel and Jonathan E. Sevransky and Charles L Sprung and Tobias Welte and Janice Zimmerman and Mitchell Levy},
  journal={Critical care medicine},
  year={2021}
}
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