The SSC Executive Committee has released a statement based on the release of the ProCESS and ARISE trials.
Surviving Sepsis Campaign Statement Regarding Hemodynamic and Oximetric Monitoring in Response to ProCESS and ARISE Trials - 1 October, 2014
The SSC has received many inquiries regarding the recent publication of the Protocol-Based Care for Early Septic Shock (ProCESS) trial’s effect on the continuing activities of the Campaign.
SSC Reponds to the ProCESS Trial - May 19, 2014
After review of evidence, discussion of practice patterns, and emphasis of the need for early recognition of sepsis, the SSC leadership re-confirmed the use of triage time as "time zero" in the emergency department.
Statement from SSC Leadership on Time Zero in the Emergency Department
In response to comments and questions, the SSC leadership has provided additional background regarding the guideline recommendation regarding measurement of CVP, ScvO2, and lactate.
Statement from the SCC Leadership on CVP, ScvO2, and Lactate Measurements