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Emergency assessment and management of the septic patient


Abstract Sepsis is a common problem in hospital practice. As well as being an important precipitant of hospital admission many patients develop the problem after arrival in hospital, including in excess of 500,000 patients in critical care units across each year. Over one-half of all infections in critical care units…

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