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Sepsis – Treatment

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The mainstays of treatment for sepsis are intravenous fluids, as well as broad spectrum antibiotics. The underlying cause of infection, if known, should also be managed appropriately. As patients with sepsis worsen, doctors may need to protect the patient's airway with a ventilator and, or give stronger medication such as vasopressors to keep the patient's blood pressure from going too low.

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