Reduce premature mortality in septic shock – External Cooling shows promiseAccording to a study by French researchers, is fever control via external cooling sedated in septic shock patients, and reduce premature death and vasopressor requirements. The study was published online ahead of print publication in the American Thoracic Society American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine. – D rique Fri Schortgen, part of Henri Mondor Hospital in Cr, France and lead researcher the study, explains:.
The risks and benefits of fever in patients with severe sepsis remains controversial outside In our study. Was to achieve cooling to normothermia in patients with septic shock secure, accelerated hemodynamic stabilization, increased vasopressor requirements, increased the speed of shock reversal and decreased premature mortality. . Continue reading