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Side effecs of using immunitherapy in sepsis - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Doctor :   hi
Doctor :   how can i help you?
User :   are there the side effecs of using immunitherapy like pentablobin
User :   in sepsis
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   i can he,lp you
Doctor :   but i need FEW DETAILS
User :   my fader is sfrng from severe septic shock need some help on its usage
Doctor :   y ws the medication started
User :   norad .1mcg....
User :   CABG....6 weeeks bk
Doctor :   ok
User :   sfrng from sepsis since 4 weeks
Doctor :   ok
User :   ??
Doctor :   there might be a allergic reaction except thta i dont see ny
Doctor :   other issues'
User :   can it lead to haemmorage
Doctor :   to innue terapy
User :   or wud it actually help
Doctor :   septic shock is countered by therapy
Doctor :   it would help
User :   wot all options are available
Doctor :   depends
Doctor :   on the level
Doctor :   of shock
User :   in bacteremia of pseudomonas from 2 weeks with hypotension for over 36 hrs wot u advise
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   Ideally, antibiotics should be started within one hour of when sepsis is first recognized (Grade E).

Doctor :   Broad-spectrum coverage is recommended initially (Grade D). The antimicrobial regimen should be reassessed after 48 to 72 hours, once the causative organism and its susceptibility have been defined; a narrow-spectrum antibiotic can then be
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