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    A HIGH ANTI-INFLAMMATORY RESPONSE IS ASSOCIATED WITH INTERMEDIATE-TERM MORTALITY IN PATIENTS WITH SEPSIS

    Area Cologne - 05/10 10:10-12:00
    Jos F. Frencken

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    CLINICAL OUTCOME OF SEPTIC PATIENTS WITH UNDETECTABLE VITAMIN D LEVELS AT ICU ADMISSION

    Area Cologne - 05/10 10:10-12:00
    Gennaro De Pascale

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    BIOMARKERS MESUARED WITHIN 24 HOURS FROM THE ONSET OF SEPTIC SHOCK AND 28-DAY MORTALITY

    Area Cologne - 05/10 10:10-12:00
    Maria-Victoria De La Torre-Prados

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    HEALTH-CARE ASSOCIATED INFECTIONS. PATIENT CHARACTERISTICS AND INFLUENCE ON THE CLINICAL OUTCOME OF PATIENTS ADMITTED TO ICU. ENVIN-HELICS REGISTRY DATA

    Area Cologne - 05/10 10:10-12:00
    Xavier Nuvials

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    CHRONICALLY CRITICALLY ILL PATIENTS: DIFFERENT BEHAVIOR IN SEVERE SEPSIS AND SEPTIC SHOCK?

    Area Cologne - 05/10 10:10-12:00
    Danielle H. Prevedello

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    OUTCOMES IN PATIENTS WITH SEVERE SEPSIS OR SEPTIC SHOCK WITH A URINARY SOURCE OF INFECTION IN THE ICU

    Area Cologne - 05/10 10:10-12:00
    Ma Lucía Pérez

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    TIME COURSE AND CLINICAL RELEVANCE OF THROMBOCYTOPENIA IN CRITICAL ILLNESS

    Area Cologne - 05/10 10:10-12:00
    Nimisha Venugopal

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    LONG-TERM OUTCOMES OF ADULT PATIENTS ADMITTED WITH SEPSIS TO BRAZILIAN PUBLIC HOSPITALS: A NATIONAL RETROSPECTIVE MATCHED COHORT STUDY

    Area Cologne - 05/10 10:10-12:00
    Luciano Cesar Pontes De Azevedo

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    OUTCOMES OF SEPTIC SHOCK DUE TO MULTIDRUG RESISTANT BACTERAEMIA TREATED WITH PHOSPHOMYCINE

    Area Cologne - 05/10 10:10-12:00
    Athina Theohari

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    90-DAY MORTALITY OF SEVERE SEPSIS AND SEPTIC SHOCK IS REDUCED BY INITIATION OF ORAL BETA-BLOCKER THERAPY AND INCREASED BY DISCONTINUATION OF A PRE-EXISTING BETA-BLOCKER TREATMENT

    Area Cologne - 05/10 10:10-12:00
    Sebastian Rehberg