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Inflammation and Regeneration

, 36:24

First Online: 15 November 2016Received: 12 August 2016Accepted: 01 November 2016

Abstract

Despite advances in intensive care and the widespread use of standardized care included in the Surviving Sepsis Campaign Guidelines, sepsis remains a leading cause of death, and the prevalence of sepsis increases concurrent with the aging process. The diagnosis of sepsis was originally based on the evidence of persistent bacteremia septicemia but was modified in 1992 to incorporate systemic inflammatory response syndrome SIRS. Since then, SIRS has become the gold standard for the diagnosis of sepsis. In 2016, the Society of Critical Care Medicine and the European Society of Intensive Care Medicine published a new clinical definition of sepsis that is called Sepsis-3. In contrast to previous definitions, Sepsis-3 is based on organ dysfunctions and uses a sequential organ failure SOFA score as an index. Thus, patients diagnosed with respect to Sepsis-3 will inevitably represent a different population than those previously diagnosed. We assume that this drastic change in clinical definition will affect not only clinical practice but also the viewpoint and focus of basic research. This review intends to summarize the pathophysiology of sepsis and organ dysfunction and discusses potential directions for future research.

KeywordsSepsis-3 Sequential organ failure assessment score Acute respiratory distress syndrome Acute kidney injury Disseminated intravascular coagulation AbbreviationsAKIAcute kidney injury

ALIAcute lung injury

ARDSAcute respiratory distress syndrome

DAMPsDamage danger-associated molecular patterns

DICDisseminated intravascular coagulation

HMGB-1High-mobility group box 1

IL-1βInterleukin 1beta

ISTHInternational Society on Thrombosis and Haemostasis

JAAMJapanese Association for Acute Medicine

LPSLipopolysaccharide

MODSMultiple organ dysfunction syndrome

PAMPsPathogen-associated molecular patterns

SIRSSystemic inflammatory response syndrome

SOFASequential organ failure assessment

TNFαTumor necrosis factor alpha

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Author: Seitaro Fujishima

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