sábado, 29 de febrero de 2020

International Consensus Definition of a Serious Infection in a Geriatric Patient Presenting to Ambulatory Care

International Consensus Definition of a Serious Infection in a Geriatric Patient Presenting to Ambulatory Care: Early recognition and prompt treatment of a serious infection is important to optimize
prognosis in older patients. The current evidence base underpinning this early recognition
in ambulatory care is scattered and haphazard, calling for new research to strengthen
clinical practice. Before embarking on such studies, it is important to seek consensus
on what constitutes a serious infection in older patients presenting to ambulatory
care. We conducted a 4-round e-Delphi study seeking consensus among medical professionals
who deliver clinical care to older patients using online questionnaires and feedback.

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