Date: 22nd January 2019 at 18:00 CET
Speaker: Giuseppe Lippi Moderator: Dirk Roggenbuck
Sepsis is a severe, often life-threatening, condition developing when the organism’s response to an infection triggers a paramount biological effect, which finally generate injuries to its own tissues and organs, up to septic shock, multi-organ failure (MOF) and death. Evidence has been provided that the measurement of some biomarkers in serum or plasma may have clinical values for diagnosing and monitoring sepsis.
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