Trends in mortality in septic patients according to the different organ failure during 15 years

Carolina Lorencio Cárdenas, Juan Carlos Yébenes, Emili Vela, Montserrat Clèries, Josep Mª Sirvent, Cristina Fuster-Bertolín, Clara Reina, Alejandro Rodríguez, Juan Carlos Ruiz-Rodríguez, Josep Trenado & Elisabeth Esteban Torné
Abstract Background The incidence of sepsis can be estimated between 250 and 500 cases/100.000 people per year and is responsible for up to 6% of total hospital admissions. Identified as one of the most relevant global health problems, sepsis is the condition that generates the highest costs in the healthcare system. Important changes in the management of septic patients have been included in recent years; however, there is no information about how changes in the...
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