alexa Critical Illness Related Corticosteroid Insufficiency in Trauma

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Critical Illness Related Corticosteroid Insufficiency in Trauma

Critical Illness Related Corticosteroid Insufficiency is an intense inflammatory condition associated with steroid tissue resistance. Although traditionally felt to be uncommon, it is being increasingly recognized in severely stressed patients with prolonged intensive care unit stays. Over the last decade the spectrum of CIRCI in trauma has been better defined. Trauma patients with CNS (brain and or spinal cord) injury, burns or blunt multisystem injury are at particular risk.

Citation: Walker ML (2012) Critical Illness Related Corticosteroid Insufficiency in Trauma – A Review. J Trauma Treat 1:139.

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