Іnfusion-transfusion therapy and inotropic support in patients with sepsis
Objective. Conduction of retrospective and prospective analysis of the final results of treatment in patients, suffering sepsis on background of complicated diabetic foot syndrome (DFS).
Маterials and methods. The results of treatment of 938 patients, suffering complicated DFS, were investigated retrospectively. In 92 (9.8%) patients the disease was complicated by sepsis. All the patients were divided into two Groups: Group I - 724 (77.2%) patients, suffering complicated DFS and sepsis, who were treated in accordance to decision of The Cosensus Conference; Group II - 214 (22.8%) patients, who were treated in 2016 - 2018 yrs in accordance to Guidelines «Sepsis-3».
Results. Comparative analysis of the treatment results has been shown, that administration of intensive therapy and inotropic support in accordance to Guidelines «Sepsis-3» gives possibility to stabilize the patients’ state and to prepare them for operative intervention.
Conclusion. Results of diagnosis of sepsis in accordance to new bed-side clinical index quick Sequential Organ Failure Assessment (qSOFA) and performance of Guidelines «Sepsis-3» in the intensive therapy conduction are hopeful, but the need for further detailed analysis of clinical data is present.
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