Bundled Therapies in Sepsis
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In recent years, there has been an increased focus on delivering appropriate, efficient, and effective medical care. As a result of this, a number of tools and techniques have been developed and increasingly used to assist in this process. One such entity is that of care bundles or, more simply, bundles. These are a set of evidence-based interventions that, when implemented together, tend to result in significantly better outcomes than when implemented individually . Bundles usually consistent of three to five elements and are targeted for a defined patient population or care setting. Their effectiveness is centered on bringing together independent practices and tying them into a package that needs to be completed for each encounter with these patients or care settings .
KeywordsSepsis Septic shock Sepsis treatment Bundled therapies Early-goal-directed therapy Critical care Intensive care unit
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