Biliary infection is a fairly common cause of septic shock (especially ascending cholangitis). Evidence isn't terrific regarding exactly when and how interventions should be done to obtain source control (particularly among cholecystitis). This chapter attempts to reach some clarity on the topic, but honestly, it remains a bit murky.
The IBCC chapter is located here.
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