WHAT'S NEW IN SHOCK, OCTOBER 2010?
T CELLS ARE POTENT EARLY MEDIATORS OF THE HOST RESPONSE TO SEPSIS
INTERLEUKIN-22 DETECTED IN PATIENTS WITH ABDOMINAL SEPSIS
PROTEIN C CONCENTRATE AS ADJUVANT TREATMENT IN NEONATES WITH SEPSIS-INDUCED COAGULOPATHY
EARLY ELEVATION IN RANDOM PLASMA IL-6 AFTER SEVERE INJURY IS ASSOCIATED WITH DEVELOPMENT OF ORGAN FAILURE
OUTCOME SCORING SYSTEMS FOR ACUTE RESPIRATORY DISTRESS SYNDROME
EARLY ASSESSMENT OF LEUKOCYTE ALTERATIONS AT DIAGNOSIS OF SEPTIC SHOCK
ENHANCED ALBUMIN SYNTHESIS IN SEVERELY BURNED ADULTS
UNTREATED TYPE 1 DIABETES INCREASES SEPSIS-INDUCED MORTALITY WITHOUT INDUCING A PRELETHAL CYTOKINE RESPONSE
T-CELL ACTIVATION DIFFERENTIALLY MEDIATES THE HOST RESPONSE TO SEPSIS
RONS formation under restrictive reperfusion does not affect organ dysfunction early after hemorrhage and trauma
THE PROTEASOME REGULATES BACTERIAL CpG DNA-INDUCED SIGNALING PATHWAYS IN MURINE MACROPHAGES
RECOMBINANT THROMBOMODULIN PREVENTS HEATSTROKE BY INHIBITION OF HIGH-MOBILITY GROUP BOX 1 PROTEIN IN SERA OF RATS
DIFFERENTIAL EFFECTS OF IL-17 PATHWAY IN DISSEMINATED CANDIDIASIS AND ZYMOSAN-INDUCED MULTIPLE ORGAN FAILURE
ANESTHESIA AGGRAVATES LUNG DAMAGE AND PRECIPITATES HYPOTENSION IN ENDOTOXEMIC SHEEP
REPETITIVE LOW-VOLUME BLOOD SAMPLING METHOD AS A FEASIBLE MONITORING TOOL IN A MOUSE MODEL OF SEPSIS
MOLECULAR ANALYSIS OF SEPSIS-INDUCED CHANGES IN THE LIVER
ANESTHESIA AND THE IMMUNE RESPONSE