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Severe sepsis and septic shock

Derek C Angus, Tom van der Poll
New England Journal of Medicine 2013 August 29, 369 (9): 840-51
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New England Journal of Medicine, Volume 369, Issue 9, Page 840-851, August 2013.

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Joe Weatherly

I can only hope that we can revise SIRS criteria to make it clinically meaningful and the chasm between severe sepsis and SIRS will be a better defined spectrum. Not the difference between having finished and intense jog and 30% mortality.

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venkat rajasurya

Should read

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ali akbar kadivar

Thanks it's very informative

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Dr Mubeen Malik

Nice article, got good resource

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habib shams

Should be reviewed several times .

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Lohith Kumar

Beautiful article

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Zhou Chang

非常好的文章!

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Dr Ahmed Fadel

Beuityful articl despite of high mortslity early recogination of sepsis is the only thing in improving the its prognosis

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Rasoloherimampiononiaina Rampanjato

Thanks a lot

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shahrukh khalil

very informative and refreshing !

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Syed Mohd Razi

Excellent

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Benjamin Sanchez Tamariz

Excelente artículo.

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Leopoldo Bravo Guzmán

Excelente..!!!

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Suvadeep Mandal

Really nice article

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Eladio Varas

¡Excelente!

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Carlos Perez Gallardo Y

Excelente articulo de revisión integra conceptos y claras definiciones.

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Guillermo Quintana

Must read!

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Sundaresan Maiyalagan

Good article

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Suhaila Hanis

love it! thanks a million

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Juan Abraham Gonzales Albarracin

Brilliant article specially for the pathophysiology part

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Victor Hugo Tejera Villalaz

Ver Goodyear paper..thanks

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Zakaria Qechchar

Interesting article

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ROY VARGHESE

good one

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Dr Faisal Aijaz

Brilliant article

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Joan Guevara

Excelente. Esta lo básico.

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