Sepsis in the interventional radiology patient.
Sepsis is a problem frequently encountered by interventional radiologists since they are often asked to perform procedures on patients already septic. Occasionally, patients may become septic during interventional procedures. Both of these mandate interventionists be prepared to institute therapy and manage the patient through the procedure or until critical care teams can be mobilized. It is the purpose of this text to provide an outline for dealing with the septic patient in the interventional radiology setting.
Miller, MJ; Smith, TP; Ryan, JM
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