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Abstract Number: 157

EARLY ISOLATED HYPOTENSION, A SEPSIS ‘CANARY IN THE COAL MINE’: TIMING OF ANTIBIOTICS ACCORDING TO HYPOTENSION IDENTIFIES DIFFERENT SEPSIS SUBTYPES AT DIFFERING RISKS OF TREATMENT DELAY

Background: Delays in antibiotic administration in sepsis – particularly after the development of hypotension – are associated with increased mortality. Current guidelines recommend antibiotic initiation within one hour of sepsis recognition. However, it is not [...]

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