In the past two years, different organizations have updated their clinical practice guidelines for hemodynamic support in pediatric septic shock. The studies conducted in adults have questioned the initial management of sepsis in accordance to protocols based on achieving various goals. However, the usefulness of these protocols in children has been demonstrated. The possibility of adhering to guidelines may vary depending on patients and facilities, so it is necessary to update the general aspects of initial care for children with sepsis.
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Recommendations for the Management of Pediatric Septic Shock in the First Hour (Part One)
Despite recent therapeutic advances, mortality due to septic shock remains high. The most important causes of mortality are refractory shock, uncontrollable alterations of coagulation, and multiorgan failure. Some authors have proposed the early use of plasmafiltration and high flow hemodiafiltration for refractory septic shock. Most authors initiate treatment with a short session of plasmafiltration followed by continuous hemodiafiltration. A year-old girl presented refractory meningococcal septic shock, disseminated intravascular coagulation, and acute renal failure unresponsive to volume expansion and high doses of adrenalin and noradrenaline.