Antibiotics for Treating Sepsis

Liaisons from the Society of Critical Care Medicine, Infectious Diseases Society of America, American College of Emergency Physicians, and the Society of Hospital Medicine recently released recommendations for the use of antibiotics for the treatment of sepsis.

Titled “Sepsis National Hospital Inpatient Quality Measure (SEP-1): Multi-stakeholder Work Group Recommendations for Appropriate Antibiotics for the Treatment of Sepsis,” the material was published in Clinical Infectious Diseases.

In this article, the work group promotes the appropriate use of antimicrobials to combat antimicrobial resistance and provides recommendations for appropriate antibiotics for the treatment of sepsis.

For more sepsis resources, visit www.survivingsepsis.org.

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