Study: Steroid Treatment May Help With Recovery From Septic Shock

A study, published in the August issue of Anesthesiology, reveals improvement in patients with septic shock who were treated with steroid therapy, according to news brief published by the American Society of Anesthesiologists.


The study also identified that measuring adrenal gland volume and using imaging testing can help determine for which patients the treatment will be most effective.

The study's lead investigator was Boris Jung, MD.


Read the ASA news brief about the study on steroid treatment.


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