Reanimación: ¿según protocolo o criterio del médico tratante? | 29 DIC 14

Tratamiento del shock séptico

Tras un estudio aleatorizado con 1341 pacientes, se halló que el tratamiento basado sobre un protocolo no tuvo mejores resultados que el tratamiento habitual.
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Autor/a: Los investigadores del estudio ProCESS 18 de marzo 2014, NEJM.org.
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