Should We Treat Fever in Septic Patients?

May 02, 2017 00:22:58
Should We Treat Fever in Septic Patients?
Critical Care Perspectives in Emergency Medicine
Should We Treat Fever in Septic Patients?

May 02 2017 | 00:22:58

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Show Notes

Several recent articles have challenged the long-held belief that we should treat fever in patients with sepsis?  In this episode we review these recent studies, along with the benefits of fever in patients with an infection. A very timely and controversial topic!

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