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Disse rekommandationer retter sig mod voksne indlagt med mistænkt sepsis og septisk shock. På vegne af Dansk Selskab for Infektionsmedicin: Lars Skov Dalgaard, Michael Dalager, Christian Philip Fischer, Rikke Krogh-Madsen, Gitte Kronborg, Jannik Helweg Larsen, Stig Lønberg Nielsen, Christian Søborg, Lars Toft.

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Nedenstående Sequential Organ Failure Assessment (SOFA) score udregnes på baggrund af den let modificerede SOFA-score, som fremgår af Dansk Selskab for Infektionsmedicins vejledninger vedrørende sepsis.

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PLoS One Infectious Diseases
17.09.2021
… Kashyap, Mary Showstark, Jennifer Bonito, Michelle C. Salazar, Jennifer L. Herbst, Steve Martino, Nancy Kim, Katherine A. Nash, Max Jordan Nguemeni Tiako, Shireen Roy, Rebeca Vergara Greeno, Karen Jubanyik Background Sequential Organ Failure Assessment (SOFA) score predicts probability of in-hospital mortality. Many crisis standards of care suggest the use of SOFA scores to allocate medical resources during the COVID-19 pandemic. Research question Are SOFA scores elevated among Non-Hispanic Black and His…
Journal of the American Medical Association
13.04.2021
This cohort study characterizes the accuracy of the Sequential Organ Failure Assessment (SOFA) score to discriminate death from survival in patients with COVID-19 pneumonia receiving oxygen therapy for 4 hours or longer before undergoing endotracheal intubation.
BMJ Open
30.11.2021
Objectives Studies have demonstrated high rates of mortality in people with proximal femoral fracture and SARS-CoV-2, but there is limited published data on the factors that influence mortality for clinicians to make informed treatment decisions. This study aims to report the 30-day mortality associated with perioperative infection of patients undergoing surgery for proximal femoral fractures and to examine the factors that influence mortality in a multivariate analysis. Setting Prospective, international…
Lancet Respiratory Medicine
19.10.2021
Interferon beta-1a plus remdesivir was not superior to remdesivir alone in hospitalised patients with COVID-19 pneumonia. Patients who required high-flow oxygen at baseline had worse outcomes after treatment with interferon beta-1a compared with those given placebo.
PLoS One Infectious Diseases
11.05.2022
…tertiary-level hospital. COVID-19 patients were included if they required any form of respiratory support and had at least one PLIS study during hospitalization. Data collected included PLIS on admission, demographics, Sequential Organ Failure Assessment (SOFA) scores, and patient outcomes. The primary outcome was the need for intensive care unit (ICU) admission. Results A total of 109 patients and 293 PLIS studies were included in our analysis. The mean age was 60.9, and overall mortality was 18.3%. Media…
PLoS One Infectious Diseases
21.03.2022
…ciated with baseline SOFA score increase. High SOFA (≥4) was however associated with higher mean sBTLA than SOFA ≤3. sBTLA was not associated with bacterial etiology. We show that sustained elevation of sBTLA one week after hospital admission is associated with late mortality in patients with BSI and sepsis, and that sBTLA concentration is associated with CRP and decreased lymphocyte count. This suggests that sBTLA might be an indicator of sustained immune-dysregulation, and a prognostic tool in sepsis.
BMC Infectious Diseases
20.03.2022
…had only Gram-negative bacteria cultured (49.5%), 48 patients had only Gram-positive bacteria cultured (15.3%), and 110 patients had both Gram-negative and Gram-positive bacteria cultured (35.1%). The proportion of Grade III patients and the APACHE II and SOFA scores of the mixed Gram-negative and positive group were the highest (p < 0.05); the intensive care unit admission day and hospital stay were longer, and the mortality rate were also higher 20/110 (18.2%) than the other two groups. Regression …
BMC Infectious Diseases
20.03.2022
…had only Gram-negative bacteria cultured (49.5%), 48 patients had only Gram-positive bacteria cultured (15.3%), and 110 patients had both Gram-negative and Gram-positive bacteria cultured (35.1%). The proportion of Grade III patients and the APACHE II and SOFA scores of the mixed Gram-negative and positive group were the highest (p < 0.05); the intensive care unit admission day and hospital stay were longer, and the mortality rate were also higher 20/110 (18.2%) than the other two groups. Regression …
Critical Care Medicine
16.03.2022
Objectives: . . Prior research has hypothesized the Sequential Organ Failure Assessment (SOFA) score to be a poor predictor of mortality in mechanically ventilated patients with COVID-19. Yet, several U.S. states have proposed SOFA-based algorithms for ventilator triage during crisis standards of care. Using a large cohort of mechanically ventilated patients with COVID-19, we externally validated the predictive capacity of the preintubation SOFA score for mortality prediction with and without other common…
PLoS One Infectious Diseases
14.03.2022
…s were compared between age-matched transgenic and knockout mice. Acute sepsis was defined as the initial 24 h following cecal ligation and puncture (CLP). Physiologic and laboratory parameters correlating to the human Sequential Organ Failure Assessment (SOFA) Score were measured in mice, and innate immune cell number/function in the blood and peritoneal cavity were assessed. Results CLP significantly increased circulating levels of human resistin. The severity of sepsis-induced leukopenia was comparable …
BMC Infectious Diseases
2.03.2022
…ion. Underlying chronic diseases were more likely in those patients [e.g., peripheral arterial occlusive disease: adjusted odd ratio (aOR) = 2.01, (1.08–3.77) 95% confidence interval (CI); p = 0.028], but organ failure was less likely at the ED [SOFA score value: 4.7 (3.2) vs. 5.2 (3.1), p = 0.09]. In contrast, 28-day mortality was higher in the vague presentation group (40.8% vs. 26.9%, p = 0.011), along with longer time-to-diagnosis [18 (31) vs. 4 (11) h, p < 0.001], time-to-antib…
BMC Infectious Diseases
2.03.2022
…ion. Underlying chronic diseases were more likely in those patients [e.g., peripheral arterial occlusive disease: adjusted odd ratio (aOR) = 2.01, (1.08–3.77) 95% confidence interval (CI); p = 0.028], but organ failure was less likely at the ED [SOFA score value: 4.7 (3.2) vs. 5.2 (3.1), p = 0.09]. In contrast, 28-day mortality was higher in the vague presentation group (40.8% vs. 26.9%, p = 0.011), along with longer time-to-diagnosis [18 (31) vs. 4 (11) h, p < 0.001], time-to-antib…
BMC Infectious Diseases
28.02.2022
…spectively. When combined RDW and HCT for predicting in-hospital mortality, the AUC was 0.772, which was significantly superior to SOFA and APACHEII scores. . . Conclusion. RDW and HCT were identified as factors associated with in-hospital mortality in adult sepsis patients with E. coli infection. Our findings will be of help in early and effective evaluation of clinical outcomes in those patients. .
BMC Infectious Diseases
28.02.2022
…spectively. When combined RDW and HCT for predicting in-hospital mortality, the AUC was 0.772, which was significantly superior to SOFA and APACHEII scores. . . Conclusion. RDW and HCT were identified as factors associated with in-hospital mortality in adult sepsis patients with E. coli infection. Our findings will be of help in early and effective evaluation of clinical outcomes in those patients. .
BMC Infectious Diseases
21.02.2022
…ctors associated with 30-day all-in hospital mortality included total adipose tissue (TAT) [adjusted hazard ratio (HR) = 1.028, 95% confidence interval (CI), 1.003–1.053; P = 0.025], age [HR = 1.030, 95% CI, 1.000–1.061; P = 0.047] and SOFA scores [HR = 1.138, 95% CI 1.049–1.263; P = 0.002]. Compared with low-VAT, patients with high-VAT show a strikingly poor prognosis in both 30-day all-cause mortality (P = 0.0108, Fig. 2A) and 30-day CRKP BSI mortality (P = 0.0049, F…
BMC Infectious Diseases
21.02.2022
…ctors associated with 30-day all-in hospital mortality included total adipose tissue (TAT) [adjusted hazard ratio (HR) = 1.028, 95% confidence interval (CI), 1.003–1.053; P = 0.025], age [HR = 1.030, 95% CI, 1.000–1.061; P = 0.047] and SOFA scores [HR = 1.138, 95% CI 1.049–1.263; P = 0.002]. Compared with low-VAT, patients with high-VAT show a strikingly poor prognosis in both 30-day all-cause mortality (P = 0.0108, Fig. 2A) and 30-day CRKP BSI mortality (P = 0.0049, F…
Infection
18.02.2022
… Purpose. Sepsis is a life-threating organ dysfunction caused by a dysregulated host response to infection. Being a time-dependent condition, the present study aims to compare a recently established score, i.e., modified quick SOFA (MqSOFA), with other existing tools commonly applied to predict in-hospital mortality. . . Methods. All cases of sepsis and septic shock consecutively observed at St. Anna…
Infection
18.02.2022
… Purpose. Sepsis is a life-threating organ dysfunction caused by a dysregulated host response to infection. Being a time-dependent condition, the present study aims to compare a recently established score, i.e., modified quick SOFA (MqSOFA), with other existing tools commonly applied to predict in-hospital mortality. . . Methods. All cases of sepsis and septic shock consecutively observed at St. Anna…
Critical Care Medicine
15.02.2022
…ents with COVID-19 and 10 ICU patients with sepsis but without COVID-19 at a median of 11 days after ICU admission (interquartile range, 3–16). The cohorts were similar in age, gender, body mass index, comorbidities, Sequential Organ Failure Assessment (SOFA) score, and mortality. More patients with COVID-19 (100% vs 70%; p = 0.003) required anticoagulation. Ex vivo fibrin clots formed from patients with COVID-19 appeared to be denser and to have smaller pores than those from patients with sepsis but with…

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