refractory septic shock

refractory septic shock

Septic shock lasting > 1 hr, that does not respond to fluid resuscitation–IV therapy or pharmacologic–pressors. See Septic shock.
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Unfortunately, the newborn died in the first 24 hours from refractory septic shock.
Extracorporeal cytokine elimination as rescue therapy in refractory septic shock: A prospective single-center study.
showed that controlling fever to a lower range of 36.0[degrees]C-37.5[degrees]C may induce harmful effects in patients with refractory septic shock with elevation of white blood cells and neutrophils, which implied the decreased capacity of anti-infection when compared to controlling within a higher range of 37.5[degrees]C-38.3[degrees]C [8].
The association between the deficiency of this protein and worse outcome during severe systemic infections (i.e., evolution to refractory septic shock) may be also related to the significant interaction between complement activation, inflammatory cytokines' "storm", and coagulation cascade.
These benefits accrue only with low-dose corticosteroids administered for at least 5 days, and only in the sizable patient subsets having adrenal insufficiency or refractory septic shock, said Dr.
However, [ILLEGIBLE TEXT] deteriorated rapidly, and he died of refractory septic shock 6 days after [ILLEGIBLE TEXT]
They'll find the most recent results and the metaanalysis more convincing evidence for low-dose steroid therapy in patients with acidosis and refractory septic shock.