August 1, 2015
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ABSTRACT & COMMENTARY: Early and aggressive goal-directed therapy treatment for sepsis leads to a decrease in mortality.
The administration of vasoactive medications by peripheral intravenous access is safe and feasible in critically ill, hypotensive patients.
In this single-center, prospective, observational study, intraosseous access outperformed central venous catheter placement in terms of first-pass success rates, mean placement times, and complication rates.