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Should Midodrine Be Used as an Intravenous Vasopressor-sparing Agent in Septic Shock?
Midodrine, an oral alpha-1 adrenergic receptor agonist, is being explored as a potential alternative to intravenous vasopressors in the treatment of septic shock. Does it work?
Emergency Medicine October 19th 2023
Early Restrictive or Liberal Fluid Management for Sepsis-Induced Hypotension
In 60 medical centers, 1,500 patients were randomized to either a restrictive or liberal fluid strategy. The 90-day mortality rate was 14% in the fluid-restrictive group and 14.9% in the liberal group, equating to statistical equivalence between the two approaches.
Cardiology February 8th 2023
CDC Warns of Dangerous Virus Infecting Babies in Multiple States
In its alert, the CDC warned doctors that these viruses circulate in the summer and fall and that they should be considered as a potential infection in an infant with fever, sepsis, or neurological symptoms.
Allergy & Immunology July 26th 2022