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Sepsis is a significant, but potentially avoidable, cause of late morbidity and mortality in the severely injured patient. Prevention is an important early consideration, since the incidence of nosocomial infection is high. Success in the treatment of sepsis will depend on prompt diagnosis and early institution of appropriate therapy.
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