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1 The golden hour(s) for severe sepsis and septic shock treatment D. Matamis M.D, Papageorgiou Hospital Thessaloniki - Greece

2 DO 2 – VO 2 - SvO 2

3 VO 2 -VCO 2 production during shivering

4 VO 2 -VCO 2 production during agitation

5 VO 2 -DO 2 dependence

6 Regional SvO 2 –ScvO 2 –jugular SvO 2 –hepatic SvO 2 –renal SvO 2 –coronary sinus SvO 2 –mesenteric SvO 2

7 Tissue Hypoxia DO 2 /VO 2 imbalance Decrease in O 2 delivery Increase in O 2 Consumption O 2 reserves 25% of the Ο2 delivered in the periphery is used -Is it reasonable? - CaO 2 =20 ml/dl - (a-v)DO 2 = 5 ml/dl - SvO 2 75%, Marathon Runners Deep Divers (mammals, Birds)

8 Tissue Hypoxia - The Concept of Supra-normal Values ICU patients –Trauma –Severe Sepsis –Extensive Surgery If we increase DO 2 Mortality Goals of the hemodynamic optimization – DO 2 ? – SvO 2 ?, ScvO 2 ? – C.I ?

9 The first randomized controlled trial Shoemaker et al. Chest 1988;94:1176 General surgery high risk patients. trauma, vascular, acute abdominal catastrophe, extensive ablative surgery Three groups 1. CVP control group 2. PAC control group 3. PAC protocol group. Goals of therapy C.I > 4,5 lit/min/m 2, DO 2 >600ml/min/m 2, Reduction in mechanical ventilation (9,4 vs 2.3) and ICU days (15,8 vs 10,2) 146 patients, 55 non randomized, 45 not ill enough, non consecutive enrolled, severity illness score not employed for baseline comparability, Co-interventions, hemodynamic and oxygen transport values for each group not reported.

10 The beneficial effect of supranormalization of oxygen delivery with dopexamine hydrochloride on perioperative mortality Boyd et al. JAMA 1993;270: Dopexamine as the pharmacologic agent to increase DO2 The intervention was initiated preoperative Patients comparable at baseline Pre and post op DO2 values were higher in the treatment group 28 days mortality was lower in the treatment group –6% vs 22% p< 0,015 But The median duration of ICU stay were 40 and 46 hours In other studies ICU stay ranged from 5 to 24 days The population in the study of Boyd at al was less critically ill.

11 Elevation of systemic oxygen delivery in the treatment of critically ill patients Hayes et al. N Engl J Med 1994;330: patients Dobutamine as the pharmacologic agent to increase DO 2 Randomization after standard fluid resuscitation Mortality was higher in the treatment group 48% vs 30% But Delay to start the protocol More seriously ill patients, higher APACHE score in the protocol group Patients in the protocol group received more aggressive treatment 50 mcg/kg/min Dobutamine and more than 68% Norepinephrine 70% of the patients did not reach the supranormal value

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13 Large (762 patients) multi-center randomized trial Three groups Control group Supranormal C.I group Normal SvO2 group (>70%) Standard clinical care in all three groups MAP > 60 mmHg CVP=8-12 PAOP≤18mmHg Urine output≥0.5ml/kg pH ≥ 7,3-7,5 - 55% of the CI group failed to achieve a supranormal value

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15 The negative results of these study may be due to failure to achieve treatment goals rather than failure of treatment to influence outcome

16 Maximizing Oxygen delivery in critically ill patients: A methodologic appraisal of the evidence. Heyland et al. Crit Care Med 1996;24: randomized trials 1016 patients included Major problem: crossover of the patients Time of intervention Pre or postoperative in the ICU Timing of inotropic support

17 Treatment of Sepsis Hemodynamic Optimization Appropriate ATB treatment

18 N Engl J Med 2001;345:

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29 21 randomized controlled trials Mortality reduction with hemodynamic optimization a.when treated early before MSOF b.when group mortality is >20% Crit. Care Med 2002;30:

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35 Conclusion Sepsis related mortality and ICU-hospital LOS depends of: Early detection or screening for high-risk patients Early detection and treatment of tissue hypoxia Early administration of appropriate antibiotic treatment Providing education of all involved personnel


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