Priorities of a roadmap for further study of sepsis and septic shock developed by the Surviving Sepsis Research Committee experts — SSRC 2018
Keywords:sepsis, roadmap priorities, Surviving Sepsis Campaign Guidelines
A consensus committee of 16 international experts representing the European Society for Intensive Care Medicine and the Society of Critical Care Medicine identified successive priorities in the treatment, epidemiology, outcomes of sepsis and septic shock. The Surviving Sepsis Research Committee outlines 26 priorities for sepsis and septic shock, analyzing the recommendations of the 2016 Surviving Sepsis Campaign Guidelines for the treatment of sepsis, determined failures in knowledge of the mechanisms of development and progression of sepsis and its treatment, making a roadmap for studies in sepsis and septic shock. Research priorities are identified and the results are presented in the form of questions grouped alphabetically: a) top of six research priorities; b) infections; c) fluids and vasopressors; d) adjuvant therapy; e) diagnostic scales/identification; f) management/epidemiology; g) condition of patients after intensive care unit (post-ICU); h) basic/transnational knowledge.
Coopersmith C.M., De Backer D., Deutschman C.S., Ricard F. et al. Surviving Sepsis Campaign: Research Priorities for Sepsis and Septic Shock. Critical Care Medicine. 2018. Vol. 46, issue 8. P. 1334-1356.
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