March - 2013
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Effect of Eritoran, an Antagonist of MD2-TLR4, on Mortality in Patients With Severe Sepsis - The ACCESS Randomized Trial
JAMA, 2013, 309(11):1154-1162
This randomised RCT examines the effect of Eritoran in patients with sepsis.If, like me, you dont know anything about Eritoran, it is a synthetic lipid A antagonist that blocks LPS binding at the cell surface MD2-TLR4 receptor. As LPS is a big factor in gram negative bacteria activity and...
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|I guess to do it in sepsis within 12 hours, you're not going to know if they have gram negative sepsis until its too late...|
|Con-23 Mar, 2013 12:54:13 PM|