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22 july 2021 17:30:12

 
Pre-operative fluid resuscitation in the emergency general surgery septic patient: does it really matter? (BMC Emergency Medicine)
 


Emergency general surgery (EGS) patients presenting with sepsis remain a challenge. The Surviving Sepsis Campaign recommends a 30 mL/kg fluid bolus in these patients, but recent studies suggest an association ...


 
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