Pathophysiology of Shock, Sepsis, and Organ Failure pp 1076-1107 | Cite as
Live Escherichia coli Sepsis Models in Baboons
Sepsis and septic shock are usually complex conditions in which the overall picture heavily depends on numerous interrelationships among all organ systems and tissues. In the study of such a complicated problem it seems important to eliminate as many variables as possible. In this respect, the use of experimental animals which phylogenetically are as close to humans as possible would appear to be an important initial goal.
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