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  • Angiopoietin-2 associations with the underlying infection and sepsis severity 

    Lymperopoulou, K.; Velissaris, D.; Kotsaki, A.; Antypa, E.; Georgiadou, S.; Tsaganos, T.; Koulenti, D.; Paggalou, E.; Damoraki, G.; Karagiannidis, N.; Orfanos, S. E. (2015)
    Angiopoietin-2 (Ang-2) is an important mediator in sepsis. We have previously shown that endotoxemia levels are related to the underlying infection and affect septic patients' outcome. Based on this background we now ...
  • The role of obesity in the immune response during sepsis 

    Kolyva, A. S.; Zolota, V.; Mpatsoulis, D.; Skroubis, G.; Solomou, E. E.; Habeos, I. G.; Assimakopoulos, S. F.; Goutzourelas, N.; Kouretas, D.; Gogos, C. A. (2014)
    BACKGROUND/OBJECTIVES: Sepsis is one of the most important causes of mortality in the developed world, where almost two-thirds of the population suffer from obesity. Therefore, the coexistence of both conditions has become ...
  • Vasopressin, Steroids, and Epinephrine and Neurologically Favorable Survival After In-Hospital Cardiac Arrest A Randomized Clinical Trial 

    Mentzelopoulos, S. D.; Malachias, S.; Chamos, C.; Konstantopoulos, D.; Ntaidou, T.; Papastylianou, A.; Kolliantzaki, I.; Theodoridi, M.; Ischaki, H.; Makris, D.; Zakynthinos, E.; Zintzaras, E.; Sourlas, S.; Aloizos, S.; Zakynthinos, S. G. (2013)
    IMPORTANCE Among patients with cardiac arrest, preliminary data have shown improved return of spontaneous circulation and survival to hospital discharge with the vasopressin-steroids-epinephrine (VSE) combination. OBJECTIVE ...