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For infektionsmedicinsk interesserede yngre læger

På vegne af Dansk Selskab for Infektionsmedicin: Overlæge Lars Skov Dalgaard, ledende overlæge Michael Dalager, overlæge Christian Philip Fischer, overlæge Rikke Krogh-Madsen, overlæge Gitte Kronborg, overlæge Jannik Helweg Larsen, afdelingslæge Stig Lønberg Nielsen, overlæge Christian Søborg, overlæge Lars Toft.

På vegne af Dansk Selskab for Infektionsmedicin: Overlæge Lars Skov Dalgaard, ledende overlæge Michael Dalager, overlæge Christian Philip Fischer, overlæge Rikke Krogh-Madsen, overlæge Gitte Kronborg, overlæge Jannik Helweg Larsen, afdelingslæge Stig Lønberg Nielsen, overlæge Christian Søborg, overlæge Lars Toft.


Sider [4]

… Terese Katzenstein, Lene Surland Knudsen, Olav Larsen, Carsten Schade Larsen, Susanna Deutch, Thyge Nielsen Sekundær immundefekt | Ulla Hjort, Ann-Brit Eg Hansen, Nina Friis-Møller, Pernille Ravn, Søren Fangel, Lykke Larsen Sepsis | Gitte Kronborg, Gitte Pedersen, Lotte Ebdrup, Jannik Helweg-Larsen, Thomas Benfield, Annmarie T Lassen, Christian Søborg, Rikke Krogh-Madsen, Merete Storgaard Sepsis guideline Sepsis flowchart Sundhedsstyrelsens epidemigruppe…

… Immundefekt og feber af ukendt årsag | Dato for næste kursus Vinter 2022/23 (2 dage) | Sted | Skejby | Delkursusledelse |   | Tidligere kurser | 25. og 26. januar 2017 Infektionshygiejne/profylakse, sepsis og urogenitale infektioner | Dato for næste kursus | 8. og 9. juni 2021 (2 dage) | Sted | København | Delkursusledelse | Michael Dalager-Pedersen og Anders Koch  | Tidligere kurser | 15. og 16. maj 2018…

| 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.


Kalender [10]

13.09.2021, Globalt
21.04.2021, Online
13.09.2020, Globalt
13.09.2018, Globalt
5.09.2018, Online
8.09.2016, Online
11.04.2013, Hvidovre Hospital

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Infection
15.04.2021
Abstract In patients who develop sepsis, whether due to primary, secondary or metastatic lesions, the skin is frequently affected. However, there are unresolved aspects regarding the general clinical manifestations in the skin or the prognosis and/or therapeutic implications. The main challenge in the approach to sepsis is its early diagnosis and management. In this review, we address the sepsis–skin relationship and the potential impact of early dermatological intervention on the septic…
Clinical Microbiology and Infection
9.04.2021
The updated national Dutch Working Party on Antibiotic Policy (SWAB) guideline for antibacterial therapy of adult patients with sepsis recommends against the addition of an aminoglycoside to a beta-lactam agent for patients with sepsis or septic shock unless local distribution of pathogens associated with sepsis and their antimicrobial susceptibilities justify its additional use. [1] However, this data is generally not readily available and adjunctive gentamicin is often given. From an antimicrobial steward…
Critical Care Medicine
8.04.2021
Objectives: We investigated the prevalence of pre- and postsepsis depression and examined the association between diagnosis of pre- and postsepsis depression and 5-year all-cause mortality among survivors of sepsis. Design: A population-based cohort study. Setting: Data were obtained from the National Health Insurance Service database in South Korea. Patients: Sepsis survivors were defined as those who were admitted with a main diagnosis of sepsis or septic shock and had survived for over 365 day…
Critical Care Medicine
8.04.2021
Objectives: Sepsis is a life-threatening condition and is one of the leading causes of death in the United States. The burden of sepsis-related mortality in the United States in recent years is not well characterized. We sought to describe sepsis-related mortality rates and mortality trends in the United States from 2005 to 2018. Design: Retrospective population-based study. Setting: We used the Multiple Cause of Death Database available through the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website…
Current Opinion in Infectious Diseases
1.04.2021
Purpose of review Biomarkers, mainly procalcitonin, are commonly used in sepsis diagnosis, prognosis and treatment follow-up. This review summarizes the potential benefit of their use for the critically ill. Recent findings Increased clinical evidence from randomized clinical trials of biomarker-guided treatment suggests a trend for appropriate but short antimicrobial treatment for the critically ill. Procalcitonin (PCT) is the most studied biomarker; in the majority of randomized clinical trials, the …
BMC Infectious Diseases
1.04.2021
Abstract Background The primary objective of our study was to examine predictors for readmission in a prospective cohort of sepsis patients admitted to an emergency department (ED) and identified by the new Sepsis-3 criteria. Method A single-center observational population-based cohort study among all adult (≥18 years) patients with sepsis admitted to th…
Infection and Immunity
22.03.2021
Immune paralysis is a protracted state of immune suppression following the early/acute inflammatory phase of sepsis. CD11b+Gr-1+ cells induced during sepsis are heterogeneous myeloid-derived cells (MDCs). This study investigated the contribution of MDCs to immune paralysis. Treatment of mice with zymosan (ZM) induced a marked increase in the total number of splenocytes with an increase in the ratio of Gr-1hi cells and a decease in the ratio of T cells on day 7, eventually returning to levels similar to thos…
Antimicrobial Agents And Chemotherapy
22.03.2021
Background: Accelerate Pheno system and BacT/ALERT VIRTUO may improve bacteremia management. This study evaluated the impact of both devices on outcomes in patients with sepsis and concurrent gram-negative bacteremia. Methods: This quasi-experimental study included a retrospective pre-implementation and a prospective post-implementation group. Patients ≥18 years old with gram-negative bacteremia were included. Patients with neutropenia, pregnancy, were transferred from an outside hospital with active blo…
BMJ Open
18.03.2021
Purpose The Mid-German Sepsis Cohort (MSC) aims to investigate mid-term and long-term functional disabilities in sepsis survivors from intensive care unit (ICU) discharge until 1 year after. Secondary, post-acute mortality and morbidity, health-related quality of life and healthcare utilisation will be investigated. Participants The MSC comprises adult (aged ≥18 years) patients who were treated for (severe) sepsis or septic shock on ICU. The participants were recruited between 15 April 2016 and 30 Nove…
BMJ Open
11.03.2021
Objective The quick Sequential Organ Failure Assessment (qSOFA) is developed as a tool to identify patients with infection with increased risk of dying from sepsis in non-intensive care unit settings, like the emergency department (ED). An abnormal score may trigger the initiation of appropriate therapy to reduce that risk. This study assesses the risk of a treatment paradox: the effect of a strong predictor for mortality will be reduced if that predictor also acts as a trigger for initiating treatment to p…
Critical Care Medicine
3.03.2021
…r therapies. This analysis summarizes what is known and what were identified as ongoing and future research. This article is being published simultaneously in Intensive Care Medicine Experimental. DOI: 10.1186/s40635-021-00369-9 Members of the Surviving Sepsis Campaign Research Committee are listed in the Appendix. The authors have disclosed that they do not have any potential conflicts of interest. For information regarding this article, E-mail: ilat@sralab.org This is an open-access article distribut…
Critical Care Medicine
3.03.2021
Objectives: Worldwide, more than half of all sepsis cases occur in pediatric and adolescent patients, particularly in neonates. Previous population-based studies in these age groups often were limited to either neonatal or pediatric patients admitted to ICUs. We aimed to investigate the overall and age-specific incidence and case fatality of sepsis in children in Germany, a high-income country with a total population of 82 million. Design: Retrospective observational study based on the German Diagnosis…
Critical Care Medicine
3.03.2021
Objectives: Cognitive impairment is an important consequence of sepsis. We sought to determine long-term trajectories of cognitive function after sepsis. Design: Prospective study of the Reasons for Geographic and Racial Differences in Stroke cohort. Setting: United States. Patients: Twenty-one thousand eight-hundred twenty-three participants greater than or equal to 45 years, mean (SD) age 64.3 (9.2) years at first cognitive assessment, 30.9% men, and 27.1% Black. Measurements and Main Results:…
Critical Care Medicine
3.03.2021
Sepsis is defined as a dysregulated host response to infection that leads to life-threatening acute organ dysfunction. It afflicts approximately 50 million people worldwide annually and is often deadly, even when evidence-based guidelines are applied promptly. Many randomized trials tested therapies for sepsis over the past 2 decades, but most have not proven beneficial. This may be because sepsis is a heterogeneous syndrome, characterized by a vast set of clinical and biologic features. Combinations of the…
Critical Care Medicine
3.03.2021
Objectives: Rapid delivery of antibiotics is a cornerstone of sepsis therapy, although time targets for specific components of antibiotic delivery are unknown. We quantified time intervals comprising the task of antibiotic delivery and evaluated the association between interval delays and hospital mortality among patients treated in the emergency department for suspected sepsis. Design: Retrospective cohort. Setting: Twelve hospitals in Southeastern United States from 2014 to 2017. Patients: Twen…
Critical Care Medicine
3.03.2021
Objectives: Septic cardiomyopathy develops frequently in patients with sepsis and likely increases short-term mortality. However, whether septic cardiomyopathy is associated with long-term outcomes after sepsis is unknown. We investigated whether septic patients with septic cardiomyopathy have worse long-term outcomes than septic patients without septic cardiomyopathy. Design: Retrospective cohort study. SETTING: Adult ICU. PATIENTS: Adult ICU patients with sepsis. INTERVENTIONS: None. MEASUR…
Critical Care Medicine
3.03.2021
Objectives: To identify research priorities in the management, pathophysiology, and host response of coronavirus disease 2019 in critically ill patients. Design: The Surviving Sepsis Research Committee, a multiprofessional group of 17 international experts representing the European Society of Intensive Care Medicine and Society of Critical Care Medicine, was virtually convened during the coronavirus disease 2019 pandemic. The committee iteratively developed the recommendations and subsequent document. …
Critical Care Medicine
3.03.2021
Objectives: Individualizing a target mean arterial pressure is challenging during the initial resuscitation of patients with septic shock. The SEPSISPAM trial suggested that targeting high mean arterial pressure might reduce the occurrence of acute kidney injury among those included patients with a past history of chronic hypertension. We investigated whether the class of antihypertensive medications used before the ICU stay in chronic hypertensive patients was associated with the severity of acute kidney…
Critical Care Medicine
3.03.2021
Objectives: Assess the impact of heterogeneity among established sepsis criteria (Sepsis-1, Sepsis-3, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Adult Sepsis Event, and Centers for Medicare and Medicaid severe sepsis core measure 1) through the comparison of corresponding sepsis cohorts. Design: Retrospective analysis of data extracted from electronic health record. Setting: Single, tertiary-care center in St. Louis, MO. Patients: Adult, nonsurgical inpatients admitted between January 1, 2012, an…

Aktuelle smitsomme sygdomme [3]

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.
Statens Serum Institut
26.04.2018
WHO's fokus i år er på bakteriæmi og sepsis. Sepsis forlænger liggetiden for patienten, øger morbiditet og mortalitet samt omkostningerne for hospitalet.

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