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Rekommandationer for initial behandling af sepsis og septisk shock (Sepsis-3). Version 4, 2017. Arbejdsgruppe: Overlæge Gitte Kronborg, professor overlæge Thomas Benfield, overlæge Gitte Pedersen, professor overlæge Annmarie T Lassen, overlæge…

Flowchart for initial behandling af sepsis og septisk shock (Sepsis-3). Version 4, 2017. Arbejdsgruppe: Overlæge Gitte Kronborg, professor overlæge Thomas Benfield, overlæge Gitte Pedersen, professor overlæge Annmarie T Lassen, overlæge Christ…


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Clinical Microbiology and Infection
14.08.2018
To compare the discriminatory capacity of the quick Sequential Organ Failure Assessment (qSOFA) versus the Systemic Inflammatory Response Syndrome (SIRS) score for predicting 30-day mortality and intensive care unit (ICU) admission in patients with s…

Clinical Microbiology and Infection
12.07.2018
Meta-analyses of accuracy of the qSOFA to predict hospital mortality of patients with suspected infection show suboptimal performance of this abridged score. However, a score composed of only 3 clinical variables, such as the qSOFA or CRB can hardly …

Clinical Microbiology and Infection
5.07.2018
…lure Assessment (qSOFA) seemed to be a poorly sensitive predictive marker for in-hospital mortality in hospitalized patients with suspected infection [1]. Though the review sounds comprehensive and scientific, we have some different views to address.

JAMA: Infectious Diseases Topic Collection
20.05.2018
In the past 2 years, sepsis has received considerable attention from the global community. In 2017, the World Health Assembly passed a resolution urging all 194 UN Member States to implement actions to reduce the burden of sepsis, and for the World H…

JAMA: Infectious Diseases Topic Collection
20.05.2018
This pooled cohort analysis assesses the association of quick Sequential (Sepsis-Related Organ Failure Assessment (qSOFA) score with excess hospital death among patients with suspected infection in low- to middle-income countries and compares the mor…

Clinical Microbiology and Infection
29.03.2018
To identify sensitivity, specificity and predictive accuracy of quick sequential organ failure assessment (qSOFA) score and systemic inflammatory response syndrome (SIRS) criteria to predict in-hospital mortality in hospitalized patients with suspect…

Clinical Infectious Diseases Advance Access
12.06.2017
…(P<0.001), and from 30% to 79% (P<0.001), respectively. At multivariate analysis, predictors of 14-day mortality were: qSOFA >= 2 [HR 1.68, 1.15-2.45, P=0.007], serum lactate >= 2 mmol/L [HR 2.13, 1.39-3.25, P<0.001], and unknown infection s…

The Lancet Infectious Diseases
4.03.2017
SIRS, SOFA, and qSOFA classifications identified different incidences and mortality. Our findings support the use of the SOFA and qSOFA classifications to identify patients with infection who are at elevated risk of poor outcomes. These classificatio…

JAMA: Infectious Diseases Topic Collection
17.01.2017
The identification of patients with possible sepsis is vitally important because timely recognition and appropriate, effective treatment substantially improves survival. Unlike some other life-threatening conditions (such as myocardial infarction), f…

JAMA: Infectious Diseases Topic Collection
17.01.2017
This cohort study compares the accuracy of the Sequential [Sepsis-related] Organ Failure Assessment (SOFA) score, quick SOFA score, and Systemic Inflammatory Response Syndrome criteria for predicting in-hospital mortality or prolonged length of stay …


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Medscape Infectious Diseases Headlines
21.04.2017
Dr Holley reviews a new study that compared SIRS, qSOFA, and the Modified (MEWS) and National Early Warning Score (NEWS) screenings. Medscape Critical Care

Medscape Infectious Diseases Headlines
19.01.2017
The qSOFA score is better than the systemic inflammatory response syndrome or severe sepsis criteria for predicting in-hospital mortality among patients in the emergency department, new data suggest. Medscape Medical News