Could vitamin C be the simple solution for sepsis?
from By Joan Spitrey
Just as the new international Surviving Sepsis guidelines come to publication this month, a Virginia physician becomes a small voice for practice change among his peers. Dr. Peter Marik believes he may have stumbled upon a possible aid in the survivability of sepsis. In his recent study in the CHEST Journal, Marik and his colleagues describe their success with the use of intravenous vitamin C, hydrocortisone and thiamine in their patients with septic shock.
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