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Proteomics on Sepsis

Sepsis, a systemic inflammatory response caused by infection [1- 3], together with multiple organ dysfunction (MODS), is a common cause of death in hospitalized patients worldwide. Sepsis is originated by multiple causes depending on the multiple injuring insults that may produce different clinical manifestations. Sepsis could be classified as “sepsis” when there is a systemic inflammation with a microbial process and “severe sepsis” if it is accompanied by an organ system dysfunction. The most serious process is called “septic shock” when hypotension is added to the anterior symptoms. Moreover, the sepsis process concomitant with dysfunction of two or more organ system is called MODS [3,4]

Citation: Camprubí-Rimblas M, Artigas A, Guillamat-Prats R (2015) An Overview of Proteomics on Sepsis. J Phys Chem Biophys 5:183

 
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