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Dokumenter [4]

Disse rekommandationer retter sig mod voksne indlagt med mistænkt sepsis og septisk shock. Se flowchart på infmed.dk/bilag#sepsis_flowchart_(2021).pdf På vegne af Dansk Selskab for Infektionsmedicin: Lars Skov Dalgaard, Michael Dalager, Christian Philip Fischer, Rikke Krogh-Madsen, Gitte Kronborg, Jannik Helweg Larsen, Stig Lønberg Nielsen, Christian Søborg, Lars Toft.

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Bilag med flowchart til vurdering og behandling af sepsis og septisk shock, se også infmed.dk/guidelines#sepsis_guidelines_(2021).pdf

Sider [4]

… Thomas Benfield og Andreas Knudsen . Sekundær immundefekt: Søren Jensen-Fangel (tovholder), Christian Philip Fischer, Marie Helleberg, Jannik Helweg-Larsen, Lykke Larsen, Daria Podlekareva, Line Dahlerup Rasmussen, Pernille Ravn Sepsis: Rikke Krogh-Madsen (tovholder), Lars Skov Dalgaard, Michael Dalager Pedersen, Christian Philip Fischer, Gitte Kronborg, Jannik Helweg Larsen, Stig Lønberg Nielsen, Christian Søborg, Lars Toft. Sepsis guideline, Sepsis flowchart, …

…rsus 2026: Sted Infektionsmedicinsk afd. 8632, Rigshospitalet Delkursusledelse Marie Helleberg og Trine Mogensen Program Kan downloades her Tidligere kurser 30. og 31. januar 2023 25. og 26. januar 2017 Infektionshygiejne/profylakse, sepsis og urogenitale infektioner: Dato for næste kursus 11. og 12. juni 2024: Sted Hvidovre Hospital Delkursusledelse Rikke Krogh-Madsen og Michael Dalager-Pedersen Tidligere kurser 8. og 9. juni 2021 15. og 16. maj 2018 Kardiopulmo…

Nedenstående Sequential Organ Failure Assessment (SOFA) score udregnes på baggrund af den let modificerede SOFA-score, som fremgår af Dansk Selskab for Infektionsmedicins vejledninger vedrørende sepsis.

Professor Court Petersen kommenterer: Velskreven oversigtsartikel, der bør læses af alle, der har med sepsispatienter at gøre. Artiklen "afliver" det noget forældede SIRS begreb. Andre 2013-artikler fra NEJM kan med stor fordel læses som supplement: "Circulatory shock" N Engl J Med. 2013;369(18):1726-34 "Resuscitation fluids" N Engl J Med. 2013;369(13):1243-51 "Ventilator-induced lung injury" N Engl J Med. 2013;369(22):2126-36

Professor Niels Obel kommenterer: Denne artikel er tankevækkende - fordi vi nu igen står i en situation, hvor noget, vi mente var en "sepsis-sandhed" fra et randomiseret trial, ser ud til at være forkert.


Kalender [14]

21. marts, Fredericia
25. april 2023, Online
21. april 2021, Online
3. maj 2019, Hindsgavl, Middelfart
1. marts 2019, Novo Nordisk Fonden, Tuborg Havnevej 19, 2900 Hellerup
5. september 2018, Online
4. april 2017, Auditorium 1, Rigshospitalet
8. september 2016, Online
11. marts 2015, Auditorium 2, Rigshospitalet
9. oktober 2014, Aarhus
11. april 2013, Hvidovre Hospital

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Clinical & Experimental Immunology
2.03.2024
Abstract . Sepsis is characterised by a dysfunctional host response to infection culminating in life-threatening organ failure that requires complex patient management and rapid intervention. Timely diagnosis of the underlying cause of sepsis is crucial, and identifying those at risk of complications and death is imperative for triaging treatment and resource allocation. Here, we explored the potential of explainable machine learning models to predict mortality and causative pathogen in sepsis patients. By …
Clinical Microbiology and Infection
1.03.2024
…ts most common “suppurative” manifestations, possibly complicated by “non-suppurative” autoimmune sequelae. However, an increase in invasive GAS (iGAS) infections with detectable bacteremia was reported throughout Europe since late 2022 [2]. Even if less frequently than Streptococcus agalactiae (Group B streptococcus - GBS) and Escherichia coli, GAS can occasionally colonize the female genital tract and cause serious complications including puerperal sepsis and early-onset neonatal sepsis (EOS) [3].
American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine
1.03.2024
American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine, Volume 209, Issue 5, Page 468-469, March 1, 2024.
American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine
1.03.2024
American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine, Volume 209, Issue 5, Page 488-490, March 1, 2024.
American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine
1.03.2024
American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine, Volume 209, Issue 5, Page 507-516, March 1, 2024.
American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine
1.03.2024
American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine, Volume 209, Issue 5, Page 517-528, March 1, 2024.
Journal of the American Medical Association
1.03.2024
Sepsis has been recognized as an important cause of morbidity and mortality for more than 2800 years. Derived from the Greek word sepo (σηπω, translated as “I rot,”), sepsis appears in writings of Homer, Hippocrates, Aristotle, and Galen. Conceptually, sepsis denotes a “line in the sand” within the broad spectrum of host-microbe interactions. It indicates that not only is the microbe unwanted (in contrast to the many microbes that live on and within us and contribute to health and digestion), bu…
Journal of the American Medical Association
1.03.2024
Everyone must acknowledge the difficulty of distinguishing diseases…whoever denies this may as well deny that there is such a thing as medical art.William Cullen
Journal of the American Medical Association
1.03.2024
This article revises criteria to identify sepsis in children after an exhaustive process that involved surveying clinicians, reviewing health record databases, conducting a systematic review and meta-analysis, and undergoing a Delphi consensus process.
Journal of the American Medical Association
1.03.2024
This cohort study derives and validates novel criteria for diagnosis of pediatric sepsis and septic shock across high-resource and low-resource international settings.
Critical Care Medicine
28.02.2024
Objective: . To evaluate real-world implications of updated Surviving Sepsis Campaign (SSC) recommendations for antibiotic timing. Design: . Retrospective cohort study. Setting: . Twelve hospitals in the Southeastern United States between 2017 and 2021. Patients: . One hundred sixty-six thousand five hundred fifty-nine adult hospitalized patients treated in the emergency department for suspected serious infection. Interventions: . None. Measurements and Main Results: . We determined the number and cha…
BMJ Open
28.02.2024
. Objectives. To evaluate the knowledge, attitudes and practices towards diagnosing and managing paediatric sepsis among paediatric physicians and nurses. . Design. A cross-sectional, questionnaire-based study. . Setting. 21 hospitals in Hubei Province between February 2023 and March 2023. . Participants. Paediatric physicians and nurses. . Interventions. None. . Primary and secondary outcome measures. The questionnaire contained 35 items across four dimensions (demographic information, knowledge, atti…
Infection
26.02.2024
. Abstract. . Purpose. Sepsis suspicion by Emergency Medical Services (EMS) is associated with improved patient outcomes. This study assessed sepsis incidence and recognition by EMS and analyzed which of the screening tools recommended by the Surviving Sepsis Campaign best facilitates sepsis prediction. . . . Methods. Retrospective cohort study of claims da…
Critical Care Explorations
23.02.2024
IMPORTANCE: . Sepsis is a leading cause of morbidity and mortality in the United States and disparate outcomes exist between racial/ethnic groups despite improvements in sepsis management. These observed differences are often related to social determinants of health (SDoH). Little is known about the role of SDoH on outcomes in pediatric sepsis. OBJECTIVE: . This study examined the differences in care delivery and outcomes in children with severe sepsis based on race/ethnicity and neighborhood context (as …
International Journal of Infectious Diseases
21.02.2024
Neonatal and infant meningitis and sepsis are associated with substantial mortality and long-term morbidity.[1] Early detection of meningitis in suspected sepsis patients is important because of the difference in empiric antibiotic regimen, dosage and duration of antibiotic treatment. Also, it influences the need for monitoring of complications during hospitalization, as well as the risk of long-term neurodevelopmental impairment.[2] The interpretation of CSF parameters in neonates can be difficult due to c…
Infection
20.02.2024
. Abstract. . Purpose. Sepsis suspicion by Emergency Medical Services (EMS) is associated with improved patient outcomes. This study assessed sepsis incidence and recognition by EMS and analyzed which of the screening tools recommended by the Surviving Sepsis Campaign best facilitates sepsis prediction. . . . Methods. Retrospective cohort study of claims da…
BMC Infectious Diseases
17.02.2024
. Abstract. . Background. Autoimmune diseases (ADs) may be complicated by sepsis when intensive care unit (ICU) admission. But repeated sepsis among AD patients has not been studied yet. The aim of this study is to investigate the impact of repeated in-ICU sepsis on the 1-year overall-cause mortality, septic shock and in-ICU death of AD patients. . . . Methods. …
Critical Care Medicine
15.02.2024
… regarding biomarkers for detection of infection-related organ dysfunction in the emergency department is lacking. We aimed to identify and validate biomarkers that could improve risk prediction for overt or incipient organ dysfunction when added to quick Sepsis-related Organ Failure Assessment (qSOFA) as a screening tool. Design: . In a large prospective multicenter cohort of adult patients presenting to the emergency department with a qSOFA score greater than or equal to 1, admission plasma levels of C-r…
BMJ Open
14.02.2024
. Objective. Sepsis is a condition associated with high mortality and morbidity, and survivors often experience physical and psychological decline. Previous research has primarily focused on sepsis survivors discharged from the intensive care unit (ICU). We aimed to explore and understand the consequences of sepsis experienced by sepsis survivors in general. . Design. A qualitative study inspired by a phenomenological hermeneutical approach was conducted. Data were analysed using systematic text condensati…
BMC Infectious Diseases
14.02.2024
. Abstract. . Background. Autoimmune diseases (ADs) may be complicated by sepsis when intensive care unit (ICU) admission. But repeated sepsis among AD patients has not been studied yet. The aim of this study is to investigate the impact of repeated in-ICU sepsis on the 1-year overall-cause mortality, septic shock and in-ICU death of AD patients. . . . Methods. …

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Medscape Infectious Diseases
1.02.2024
Based on new findings, the task force now suggests that pediatric sepsis be defined by a Phoenix Sepsis Score of at least 2 points in children with suspected infection. . MDedge News
Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report (MMWR)
22.09.2023
This report describes sepsis-related date rates among adults 65 years and older.
Medscape Infectious Diseases
13.09.2023
Medscape spoke with CDC contributors Raymund Dantes, MD, MPH, and Hallie Prescott, MD, MSc, about the new Hospital Sepsis Program Core Elements to help clinicians improve outcomes from sepsis. . CDC Expert Commentary
Medscape Infectious Diseases
1.09.2023
While 73% of US hospitals have sepsis teams, only 55% of them report that their team leaders get dedicated time to manage the programs for a medical emergency that affects at least 1.7 million people. . Medscape Medical News
Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report (MMWR)
25.08.2023
This report describes sepsis programs in hospitals and identifies areas of opportunities to improve sepsis programs.
Medscape Infectious Diseases
5.07.2023
Compared with influenza and sepsis, severe COVID-19 infections resulted in similar risk for neurological and cardiovascular conditions, suggesting a common need for long-term support. . Medscape Medical News
Medscape Infectious Diseases
1.07.2023
A new review provides insights into intravenous fluid therapy for sepsis, including how much to give at each stage of treatment. . Medscape Medical News
Medscape Infectious Diseases
6.10.2022
Experts expressed hope that, with additional research, the new testing method could eventually cut the time for sepsis detection from days to hours, potentially saving lives. .
Medscape Infectious Diseases
7.01.2022
Rates of resistance to ampicillin-gentamicin are extremely high in low- and middle-income countries. .
Medscape Infectious Diseases
24.06.2021
A sepsis-prediction model used widely by hospitals and health systems in the United States performed poorly in predicting sepsis onset in an external validation study.
Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report (MMWR)
13.06.2019
Whole genome sequencing indicated a potential common source of bacterial contamination among four cases of septic transfusion reactions occurring in three states.
Medscape Infectious Diseases
1.02.2024
Based on new findings, the task force now suggests that pediatric sepsis be defined by a Phoenix Sepsis Score of at least 2 points in children with suspected infection. . MDedge News
Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report (MMWR)
22.09.2023
This report describes sepsis-related date rates among adults 65 years and older.
Medscape Infectious Diseases
13.09.2023
Medscape spoke with CDC contributors Raymund Dantes, MD, MPH, and Hallie Prescott, MD, MSc, about the new Hospital Sepsis Program Core Elements to help clinicians improve outcomes from sepsis. . CDC Expert Commentary
Eurosurveillance latest updates
8.09.2023
…e group A Streptococcus infections in Portugal (n = 89) were higher than in pre-COVID-19 seasons. Between September 2022 and May 2023, the dominant diagnoses were pneumonia (25/79), mostly with empyema (20/25), and sepsis (22/79). A number of cases required admission to intensive care (27/79) and surgery (35/79), and the case fatality rate was 5.1% (4/79). Genomic sequencing (n = 55) revealed multiple genetic lineages, dominated by the M1UK sublineage (26/55) and more diverse emm12 isolates (12/55).
Medscape Infectious Diseases
1.09.2023
While 73% of US hospitals have sepsis teams, only 55% of them report that their team leaders get dedicated time to manage the programs for a medical emergency that affects at least 1.7 million people. . Medscape Medical News
Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report (MMWR)
25.08.2023
This report describes sepsis programs in hospitals and identifies areas of opportunities to improve sepsis programs.
Medscape Infectious Diseases
5.07.2023
Compared with influenza and sepsis, severe COVID-19 infections resulted in similar risk for neurological and cardiovascular conditions, suggesting a common need for long-term support. . Medscape Medical News
Medscape Infectious Diseases
1.07.2023
A new review provides insights into intravenous fluid therapy for sepsis, including how much to give at each stage of treatment. . Medscape Medical News

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