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Antioxidant Activity in the Therapy of Sepsis: From Experimental Data to Clinical Practice

  • G. P. Novelli
  • R. Casali
  • S. Falsini
  • E. Pieraccioli

Abstract

An antioxidant is defined as any substance which delays or prevents the oxidation of a substrate when it is present in small amounts relative to the amount of the substrate itself. Antioxidants are active at several levels of the oxidative sequence and their mechanism of action may be unique.

Keywords

Septic Shock Patient Antioxidant Therapy Extravascular Lung Water Circ Shock Traumatic Shock 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • G. P. Novelli
  • R. Casali
  • S. Falsini
  • E. Pieraccioli

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