Septic Shock

Jonathan Jui

Epidemiology

Definitions and Risk Categorization pathophysiology

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Constitutional

Cardiovascular

Pulmonary

Renal

Hepatic

Hematologic

Endocrine

Acid-Base

Cutaneous

Diagnosis Ancillary, Studies

Treatment

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Initial ..BaseJine.Assessment

OtherTherapies

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Anticytokine..Therapy

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OtherAqents

Bibliography

Sepsis is a heterogenous clinical syndrome that can be caused by any class of microorganism. Although both gram-negative and gram-positive bacteria account for the majority of sepsis cases, fungi, mycobacteria, rickettsia, viruses, or protozoans can cause similar presentations. Microbial blood invasion is not essential to the development of sepsis.

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