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No 4.51 (2013) Current Evidence-Based Medicine Approaches to Managing Patients with Severe Sepsis and Septic Shock Abstract
A. Fomin, A. Zulkarnayev, V. Yakovlev
 
No 3.82 (2017) Sepsis from antiquity to contemporaneity. A view through the centuries Abstract
V.V. Nikonov, A.S. Sokolov, A.E. Feskov
 
No 3.82 (2017) Features in the diagnosis of sepsis in pregnant and parturient women Abstract
Ya.M. Pidhirnyi
 
No 6.53 (2013) Immune Distress аs Pathogenetic аnd Thanatogenetic Relevant Syndrome in Severe Sepsis and Septic Shock: Clinical and Pathomorphological Substantiation of Early Replacement Immunocorrection Abstract
A.N. Nesterenko
 
No 7.54 (2013) Dynamics of Hemostatic Parameters in Children with Septic Shock Abstract
O.V. Filyk, N.D. Boykiv
 
No 1.56 (2014) Topical and Controversial Issues of Infusion Therapy for Septic Shock in Children Abstract
M.A. Georgiyants, V.A. Korsunov
 
No 2.65 (2015) Assessment of the Severity of Sepsis and Septic Shock by Using Sepsis Severity Score Abstract
L.A. Maltseva, N.F. Mosentsev, V.N. Lisnichaia, D.V. Bazilenko
 
No 7.70 (2015) The Pathogenesis of Severe Sepsis and Septic Shock: Analysis of Modern Concepts Abstract
L.O. Maltseva, D.V. Bazylenko
 
No 3.74 (2016) The New Scale for Assessing Severity and Outcome Prediction in Зatients with Severe Sepsis and Septic Shock — Sepsis Severity Score Abstract
L.A. Maltseva, N.F. Mosentsev, D.V. Bazilenko
 
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