Can pre‐hospital administration reduce time to initial antibiotic therapy in septic patients?
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摘要Objective:
To quantify the potential time saved with pre‐hospital antibiotic therapy in sepsis.
Methods:
Study data for adult patients transported by Ambulance Victoria (AV), and enrolled into the Australasian Resuscitation In Sepsis Evaluation (ARISE), were linked with pre‐hospital electronic records.
Results:
An AV record was identified for 240 of 341 ARISE patients. The pre‐hospital case notes referred to potential infection in 165 patients. The median time to first antibiotic administration from loading the patient into the ambulance was 107 (74–160) min.
Conclusions:
ARISE patients in Victoria were frequently identified pre‐hospital. An opportunity exists to study the feasibility of pre‐hospital antibiotic therapy.
著者Daniel Cudini, Karen Smith, Stephen Bernard, Michael Stephenson, Emily Andrew, Peter Cameron, Mark Lum, Andrew Udy, on behalf of the ARISE Investigators
期刊名稱Emergency Medicine Australasia
出版年份2019
月份8
卷號31
期次4
頁次669 - 672
國際標準期刊號1742-6731
電子國際標準期刊號1742-6723
語言美式英語

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