Published in Blood Weekly, July 7th, 2005
"The beneficial effects of interventions to control fever in sepsis are controversial. We investigated whether the use of acetaminophen and external cooling is beneficial to control fever in septic shock."
"We studied 24 fasted, anesthetized, invasively monitored, mechanically ventilated female sheep (27.0±4.6 kg) that received 0.5 g/kg body weight of feces into the abdominal cavity to induce sepsis," wrote F.H. Su and colleagues, Erasme University Hospital.
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