Septic shock is perhaps the defining illness of medical intensive care. As such it is an enormously broad and controversial topic. This chapter attempts to provide a unified and straight-forward approach. However, every physicians has a different approach to septic shock, so it's impossible to claim that this is the best approach.
There will doubtless be vigorous debate about this topic, so I encourage all to leave their questions and comments below. This chapter will be revised on an ongoing basis, so the current form might be most realistically viewed as an outline for future revisions (rather than a final word on the topic).
The IBCC chapter is located here.
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