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Sepsis

Sepsis, which is common and often deadly, remains the primary cause of death from infection, despite advances in modern medicine like vaccines, antibiotics, and intensive care. Colloquially known as “blood poisoning”, sepsis is one of the leading causes of death around the world nowadays. Burns & Trauma shares with you a special article collection on sepsis and hopes you find the below articles of interest.

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EDITORIAL
Sepsis: New perspectives
David P. Mackie
Burns & Trauma 2014 2:20030095
Published on: July 2014

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Inflammation and cardiac dysfunction during sepsis, muscular dystrophy, and myocarditis
Ying Li, Shuping Ge, Yizhi Peng and Xiongwen Chen
Burns & Trauma 2013 1:10030109
Published on: December 2013

ORIGINAL ARTICLE
Mitsugumin 53 protects the kidney from severe burn injury in mice
Yanjun Wu, Jian Huang, Daisong Liu, Jianglin Tan, Yanmeng Peng, Junjie Yang, Yanyan Cui, Weifeng He, Gaoxing Luo and Jun Wu
Burns & Trauma 2013 1:10030128
Published on: December 2013

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Advances in sepsis-associated liver dysfunction
Dawei Wang, Yimei Yin and Yongming Yao
Burns & Trauma 2014 2:20030097
Published on: July 2014

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Prediction of sepsis in trauma patients
He Jin, Zheng Liu, Ya Xiao, Xia Fan, Jun Yan and Huaping Liang
Burns & Trauma 2014 2:20030106
Published on: July 2014

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New strategy for sepsis: Targeting a key role of platelet-neutrophil interaction
Xu Wang, Weiting Qin and Bingwei Sun
Burns & Trauma 2014 2:20030114
Published on: July 2014

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Current understanding of tyrosine kinase BMX in inflammation and its inhibitors
Le Qiu, Fei Wang, Sheng Liu and Xu-Lin Chen
Burns & Trauma 2014 2:20030121
Published on: July 2014

ORIGINAL ARTICLE
Evaluation of optimized continuous venovenous hemodiafiltration therapy efficiency in severe burn patients with sepsis
Cheng Xu, Kunwu Fan, Lihua Xie, Wanan Chen and Liya Wang
Burns & Trauma 2014 2:20030125
Published on: July 2014

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