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IJMDC. 2019; 3(1): 113-116

Systemic inflammatory response syndrome after major abdominal surgery

Abdullah AlSomali, Abdullah Mobarki, Mohammed Almuhanna, Abdullah Alqahtani, Ziyad Alhawali, Ahmed Almalki, Abdulaziz Alnasser, Abdulaziz Alghamdi, Abdulrahman Alfaifi, Ali Alghamdi.


Background: Systemic inflammatory response syndrome is a clinical response to the nonspecific insult that is of either non-infectious or infectious origin. The pathogenesis of systemic inflammatory response starts with induction of molecules that are responsible for the activation of receptor recognition and damage molecules for pathogens.
Methodology: Online research was used to search for articles involved in this review using scientific websites and several keywords like SIRS, sepsis, Surgery, Epidemiology.
Results: This review included five articles which were published between the years 2002-2017.
Conclusion: There is a natural progression between septic syndromes, so early assessment of SIRS can be useful to avoid severe outcomes.

Key words: SIRS, Sepsis, Abdominal surgery

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