Surviving Sepsis Campaign: International Guidelines for Management of Sepsis and Septic Shock 2016

@article{Rhodes2017SurvivingSC,
  title={Surviving Sepsis Campaign: International Guidelines for Management of Sepsis and Septic Shock 2016},
  author={Andrew Rhodes and Laura Evans and Waleed Alhazzani and Mitchell M. Levy and Massimo Antonelli and Ricard Ferrer and Anand . Kumar and Jonathan E. Sevransky and Charles L Sprung and Mark E. Nunnally and Bram Rochwerg and Gordon David Rubenfeld and Derek C. Angus and Djillali Annane and Richard Beale and Geoff Bellinghan and Gordon R. Bernard and Jean Daniel Chiche and Craig M. Coopersmith and Daniel De Backer and Craig French and Seitaro Fujishima and Herwig Gerlach and Jorge Luis Hidalgo and Steven M. Hollenberg and Alan E. Jones and Dilip R Karnad and Ruth Kleinpell and Younsuck Koh and Thiago Lisboa and Fl{\'a}via Ribeiro Machado and John J. Marini and John C. Marshall and John E. Mazuski and Lauralyn McIntyre and Anthony S McLean and Sangeeta Mehta and Rui Moreno and John Myburgh and Paolo Navalesi and Osamu Nishida and Tiffany Medlin Osborn and Anders Perner and Colleen M. Plunkett and Marco Vito Ranieri and Christa A. Schorr and Maureen A. Seckel and Christopher W. Seymour and Lisa Shieh and Khalid A. Shukri and Steven Q. Simpson and Mervyn Singer and Boyd Taylor Thompson and Sean Robert Townsend and Tom van der Poll and Jean Louis Vincent and Willem Joost Wiersinga and Janice L. Zimmerman and Richard Phillip Dellinger},
  journal={Critical Care Medicine},
  year={2017},
  volume={45},
  pages={486–552}
}
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