Steroids in Sepsis, ARDS, and CAP - A Focused Clinical Update

March 17, 2024 00:22:04
Steroids in Sepsis, ARDS, and CAP - A Focused Clinical Update
Critical Care Perspectives in Emergency Medicine
Steroids in Sepsis, ARDS, and CAP - A Focused Clinical Update

Mar 17 2024 | 00:22:04

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Show Notes

Critically ill patients commonly develop a dysregulated inflammatory response. Corticosteroids are hypothesized to be beneficial due to their anti-inflammatory properties.  In recent years, several studies have been published on the use of corticosteroids in select critical illnesses.  In this podcast, we review a recently published clinical update on the use of corticosteroids in sepsis, ARDS, and community acquired pneumonia.

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