Steroids for Septic Shock - Take 2

August 28, 2018 00:27:45
Steroids for Septic Shock - Take 2
Critical Care Perspectives in Emergency Medicine
Steroids for Septic Shock - Take 2
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In February, we discussed the results of the ADRENAL trial and implications for clinical practice.  Since that time, another large trial and meta-analysis has been published.  What does the latest literature add to the discussion?  Where is the pendulum swinging for steroids in sepsis?

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