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The Kitchen Sink: Mortality Assessment of Salvage Therapies in Refractory Shock

Analgesia & Resuscitation : Current Research.ISSN: 2324-903X

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The Kitchen Sink: Mortality Assessment of Salvage Therapies in Refractory Shock

The management of refractory shock remains a challenge with nearly ubiquitous mortality requiring novel therapies to maintain hemodynamics when conventional mechanisms fail. Several exploratory therapies display potential efficacy in the literature, but it remains unclear which therapy is superior. We aim to clarify the efficacy of the current salvage therapies: Angiotensin II (ATII) vs Methylene Blue (MB) vs Vitamin C with thiamine and hydrocortisone (VC) for refractory shock. We hypothesize that these therapies will improve survivability and decrease other vasopressors in patients with refractory shock

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