Home»Research Audit and Clinical Practice»Study protocol for a Multi-centre, Investigator-initiated, Randomized Controlled Trial to Compare the Effects of Prehospital Antibiotic Treatment for Sepsis Patients with Usual Care after Training Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Personnel in Early Recognition (– The Prehospital ANTibiotics Against Sepsis (PHANTASi) trial

Study protocol for a Multi-centre, Investigator-initiated, Randomized Controlled Trial to Compare the Effects of Prehospital Antibiotic Treatment for Sepsis Patients with Usual Care after Training Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Personnel in Early Recognition (– The Prehospital ANTibiotics Against Sepsis (PHANTASi) trial


Abstract Introduction: Sepsis is one of the most frequent reasons for referral to emergency departments (EDs) worldwide. Sepsis becomes more serious when left untreated with a high mortality rate, exceeding even those of myocardial infarction and stroke. Therefore, much effort has been put in to start with appropriate therapy as early as…

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