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Infectious Process and Sepsis

Edited by Vincenzo Neri

University of Foggia

Sepsis is a very complex clinical condition that can be considered the central point of the infectious process: the arrival point in the evolution of a localized septic outbreak that has caused a systemic inflammatory reaction. In the clinical setting two important questions regarding the transition from local inflammation, with beneficial effect, to systemic inflammatory disease, with deleterious results, remain unanswered. First, why does the transition from local to systemic disease only occur in some subjects? Second, how long does this transition take? This book attempts to answer these questions. Chapters cover such topics as surgical infections, microbiota therapy in sepsis, cytokines for host immune response, and the role of serum amyloid A in the acute phase of sepsis.

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Infectious Process and SepsisEdited by Vincenzo Neri

Published: July 15th 2020

DOI: 10.5772/intechopen.77750

ISBN: 978-1-83880-394-0

Print ISBN: 978-1-83880-393-3

eBook (PDF) ISBN: 978-1-83962-983-9

Copyright year: 2020

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1. Introductory Chapter: Surgical Infections

By Vincenzo Neri

70

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2. Immunoparalysis in Septic Shock Patients

By Giorgio Berlot and Silvia Passero

244

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3. Microbiota-Oriented Diagnostics and Therapy in Sepsis: Utopia or Necessity?

By Ekaterina Chernevskaya and Natalia Beloborodova

158

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4. Cytokine Gene Polymorphism and Sepsis

By Dablu Lal Gupta, Tejparkash Sinha, Sanjeev Bhoi and D.N. Rao

102

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5. Hemostatic Aspect of Sepsis

By Bashir Abdrhman Bashir Mohammed

53

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6. The Invariant Peptide Clusters of Serum Amyloid A Are Humoral Checkpoints for Vital Innate Functions as Probed by Monoclonal Antibodies, Including in Sepsis: Induction by Febrile Temperatures and Path of Discoveries

By Reinhold P. Linke

56

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