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November 2, 2017

icTV Interview

icTV interview with author Frank Bloos

 

In this icTV interview, Frank Bloos discusses the results of his prospective cluster-randomised trial MEDUSA – Medical Education for Sepsis Source Control and Antibiotics, which aimed to confirm that shortening the time to initiation of AT improves patient survival and evaluated the potential benefit of a multifaceted educational programme on compliance to guidelines.

Free access link to the article in Intensive Care Medicine: Bloos F, Rüddel H, Thomas-Rüddel D, et al (2017) Effect of a multifaceted educational intervention for anti-infectious measures on sepsis mortality: a cluster randomised trial. Intensive Care Med 43:1602–1612. doi: 10.1007/s00134-017-4782-4

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  1. Wonderful, need larger multi-centered trial to evaluate impact of education on early antibiotic administration in sepsis and septic shock patients verses non infectious origin MODS.