Artikel Jurnal Sepsis dan Tatalaksana Berdasar Guideline Terbaru
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The term Sepsis according to the latest consensus is the state of life-threatening organ dysfunction caused by dysregulation of the body's response to infection. The use of SIRS criteria to identify sepsis is considered no longer helpful. The SIRS criteria do not describe a life-threatening dysregulation response. Organ dysfunction is diagnosed when an SOFA score increases ≥ 2. And the term severe sepsis is not used. Septic shock is defined as a condition of sepsis in which circulating and metabolic abnormalities that occur can cause significant death. In the protocol issued in 2016, EGDT resuscitation targets were eliminated, and recommended treatment of crystalloid fluids at a minimum of 30 ml / kg in 3 hours or less.
Keywords: Sepsis, SIRS, Septic shock