Surviving Sepsis Campaign suggests the use of a sepsis care bundle

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“As a part of the recommendations, the Surviving Sepsis Campaign suggests the use of a sepsis care bundle, which is a set of elements of clinical care derived from the guidelines.” Jones (2014).

Reference:

Jones, A.E. (2014) Unbundling Early Sepsis Resuscitation. Annals of Emergency Medicine. 63(6), p.654–655.

Abstract:

In 2004, the Surviving Sepsis Campaign released its first international guidelines for the management of severe sepsis and septic shock, with updates published in 2008 and 2012.1-3 These guidelines are a compilation of graded evidence and expert consensus and are recommended as best practices for the management of severe sepsis. As a part of the recommendations, the Surviving Sepsis Campaign suggests the use of a sepsis care bundle, which is a set of elements of clinical care derived from the guidelines.

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