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Why don't WHO guidelines on fluid resuscitation in children include the FEAST trial results?

11:55 EST 17 Jan 2014 | British Medical Journal

Read the article: http://www.bmj.com/content/348/bmj.f7003 The 2013 World Health Organization guidelines continue to recommend rapid fluid resuscitation for children with shock, despite evidence from the FEAST trial that this can increase mortality. Katheryn Maitland, professor of tropical paediatric infectious disease at Imperial College London,...

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