Urosepsis is one of my favorite ICU diagnoses. In almost all cases, patients will improve dramatically within 12-24 hours and leave the ICU with minimal sequelae. But that shouldn't lull us into a false sense of security: careful antibiotic selection, aggressive resuscitation, and (in some cases) emergent drainage may be required for a good outcome.
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