Sepsis, An Issue of Critical Care Clinics. The Clinics: Internal Medicine 34-1

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This issue of Critical Care Clinics, edited by Mervyn singer and Manu Shankar-Hari, includes: Sepsis 3.0 Definitions; Epidemiology and Outcomes; Pathophysiology of sepsis; Pathophysiology of Septic shock; Mechanism of organ dysfunction in sepsis; Endocrine and metabolic alterations in sepsis: challenges and treatments; The immune system in sepsis; Nutrition and Sepsis; Common sense approach to managing sepsis; Biomarkers for sepsis and their use; Personalizing sepsis care; Novel interventions - What's new and the future; and Long term outcomes following Sepsis.

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Critical Care Clinics

Sepsis

Preface: Caring for Sepsis Patients: An Update

Sepsis Definitions: A Work in Progress

Epidemiology and Outcomes

Immune Activation in Sepsis

Pathophysiology of Septic Shock

Mechanisms of Organ Dysfunction in Sepsis

Endocrine and Metabolic Alterations in Sepsis and Implications for Treatment

Management of Sepsis-Induced Immunosuppression

Nutrition Therapy in Sepsis

Common Sense Approach to Managing Sepsis

Biomarkers in Sepsis

Personalizing Sepsis Care

Novel Interventions: What's New and the Future

Improving Long-Term Outcomes After Sepsis
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Singer, Mervyn University College London.

Shankar-Hari, Manu NHS.
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