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The purpose of this study is to determine if there is equivalence between two different methods of treating patients with severe bloodstream infection called sepsis. We will randomly assign patients to one of two treatment methods. One of the treatment methods is the current standard of care and uses an infrared sensor on the end of a catheter to determine the adequacy of treatment. The second treatment method is identical to the first but instead of the infrared sensor a bloo...
To evaluate two different strategy of fluid resuscitation in sepsis patients
In this study, we aim to determine whether the combination of vitamin C, vitamin B1 (thiamine), and cotricosteroids improves the trajectory of organ failure and reduces mortality in patients with severe sepsis and septic shock as compared to placebo.
Fluid resuscitation of severe sepsis may consist of natural or artificial colloids or crystalloids. There is no evidence-based support for one type of fluid over another. The investigators hypothesis is that fluid resuscitation with Voluven® is advantageous to normal saline solution to improve sublingual microcirculation.
IV fluid resuscitation has long been recognized to be an important treatment for patients with severe sepsis and septic shock. While under-resuscitation is known to increase morbidity and mortality, contemporary data suggests that overly aggressive fluid resuscitation may also be harmful. Currently, following an initial IVF resuscitation of 30 ml/kg, there is no standard of care and a lack of evidence to support a fluid restrictive or more liberal strategy. The investigators se...
Echocardiography (cardiac ultrasound) is being used more often in the critical care setting for management of severe infection (septic shock). Early studies show echocardiography to be useful in these patients, but at this time, there are no good clinical trials to justify its use. Our study goals/objectives are as follows: 1. To conduct an unblinded, two-group randomized controlled clinical trial to compare an echocardiography-guided resuscitation protocol with ...
The overall hypotheses of this project is that severe sepsis is associated with endothelial dysfunction; that endothelial dysfunction, in turn, is predictive of subsequent organ failure and death; and that early effective protocol-directed resuscitation attenuates endothelial dysfunction leading to improved survival.
This prospective, double-blind randomized controlled trial evaluates the differences in terms of efficacy and safety of gelatin based resuscitation as compared to crystalloid based resuscitation in two parallel groups of patients with severe sepsis / septic shock.
Multicenter, prospective, phase 3 randomized non-blinded interventional trial of fluid treatment strategies in the first 24 hours for patients with sepsis-induced hypotension. The aim of the study is to determine the impact of a restrictive fluids strategy (vasopressors first followed by rescue fluids) as compared to a liberal fluid strategy (fluids first followed by rescue vasopressors) on 90-day in-hospital mortality in patients with sepsis-induced hypotension.
Acute pancreatitis (AP) is a common disorder with rising incidence varying between 35 and 80 per 100,000 in Europe and the USA. About 15% of patients develop necrotizing pancreatitis (NP) with a mortality of up to 42% and frequently prolonged hospitalisation in the survivors. Despite a fulminant pathophysiology comparable to that of sepsis, the management of NP is still re-active, symptomatic and mainly based on paradigms with low grade evidence. In sepsis beneficial effects of...
A prospective two-center antibiotic regimen switch study will be conducted to compare the clinical efficacy of two antibiotic regimens - penicillin/gentamicin versus ampicillin/gentamicin - in the empirical treatment of early onset neonatal sepsis. The influence of either regimen on bowel colonization pattern and on the development of antibiotic resistance of gut microflora will also be assessed. The primary endpoint is the need for a change in antibacterial treatment within 72...
Primary Aim: To determine the feasibility and safety of hypotensive resuscitation for the early treatment of patients with traumatic shock compared to standard fluid resuscitation. Primary Hypotheses: The null hypothesis regarding feasibility is that hypotensive resuscitation will result in the same volume of early crystalloid (normal saline) fluid administration compared to standard crystalloid resuscitation. The null hypothesis regarding safety is that hypotensive resuscita...
Sepsis is still a challenge for clinicians since the detailed pathomechanism are still unknown and until now we do not have early markers for sepsis. Immunological pathways and new mediators defined in animal models are not yet investigated in patients with sepsis. Therefore we will measure new mediators in patients with septic shock.
The main purpose of this study is to compare the early detection of sepsis and the decision, by the Investigator to start or not, or to change, antibiotics in Intensive Care Unit (ICU) patients at high risk of sepsis, based on standard of care (clinical, laboratory and imaging data but not on PSP values), as well as timing of antibiotic de-escalation versus the the retrospective assessment (i.e., at the end of the study) of a First Endpoint Adjudication Committee (EAC) which is...
Monitoring of different serumproteins after severe trauma and during trauma-induced sepsis. - Trial with surgical intervention
Severe sepsis and septic shock are among the leading causes of morbidity and mortality in patients admitted in the ICU, being responsible for approximately 200000 deaths/year in the USA and 150000 in Europe. Recognizing the early signs of sepsis and the different stages of this condition may lower the associated morbidity and mortality. The hemodynamic profile of the septic shock is characterized by the presence of the distributive shock, on which we can add elements from the ...
Background Sepsis is a common disease leading to high morbidity and mortality. Gut microbiota and/or gut permeability may play a crucial role in the development of organ dysfunction. Hypothesis The ingestion of a multispecies probiotic in early sepsis is able to modulate gut microbiota and/or gut permeability.
A sepsis early warning predictive algorithm, InSight, has been developed and validated on a large, diverse patient cohort. In this prospective study, the ability of InSight to predict severe sepsis patients is investigated. Specifically, InSight is compared with a well established severe sepsis detector in the UCSF electronic health record (EHR).
Sepsis is a leading cause of death worldwide, and contributes to approximately 750,000 hospitalizations per year, a third of which may die. International guidelines recommend timely interventions, including cultures, fluid resuscitation and antibiotics. Following guideline bundles is associated with a decrease in mortality. Key to timely intervention is timely diagnosis. Using the Epic sepsis predictive analytic tool, investigators will trigger vital sign and delirium mo...
Despite advances in trauma resuscitation, a paucity of therapeutic interventions are available early enough to reduce the downstream morbidity and mortality attributable to hemorrhage, shock and coagulopathy. Due to the time sensitive nature of the treatment of hemorrhage, the ideal resuscitation intervention would entail use of a blood product containing all essential hemostatic components, closest to time of injury, where prevention or reversal of the devastating downstream c...
The purpose of this study is to determine the optimal dose of sodium nitrate administered during resuscitation to achieve a plasma level of 10 μM by hospital arrival. Pharmacokinetic modeling from human cardiac arrest studies suggest that a single 25 mg IV dose of sodium nitrite will achieve the optimal (based on preclinical studies) neuroprotective plasma levels of 10 μM. In this phase-1 open-label dose finding study in 100 patients, we will determine whether 25 mg IV admin...
The purpose of the SQUEEZE Trial is to determine which fluid resuscitation strategy results in the best outcomes for children treated for suspected or confirmed septic shock. In this study, eligible children will be randomized to either the 'Usual Care Arm' or the 'Fluid Sparing Arm'. Children will receive treatment according to current ACCM Septic Shock Resuscitation Guidelines, with the assigned resuscitation strategy used to guide administration of further fluid boluses as w...
To investigate the relationship between initial ClearSight™ derived hemodynamic parameters and outcomes (death, ongoing organ dysfunction or delayed ICU admission) in patients with acute infection and possible sepsis, with a focus on venous blood lactate (< 2.0, 2.0-3.9, and ≥ 4.0 mmol/dL) and hemodynamic subgroups, using ED patients presenting with minor infections or asthma/COPD exacerbations as controls (henceforth referred to as Sepsis Mimic Group).
There is an observational, clinical study. We recruit sepsis patients to investigate what drives peripheral lymphocyte loss in sepsis.
The high chloride content of 0.9%sodium chloride (0.9%NaCl) leads to adverse pathophysiological effects in both animals and healthy human volunteers. Small randomized trials confirm that the hyperchloremic acidosis induced by 0.9%NaCl also occurs in patients. A strong signal is emerging from recent large propensity-matched and cohort studies for the adverse effects that 0.9% NaCl has on the clinical outcome in surgical and critically ill patients when compared with balanced cry...