POINT: Should the Surviving Sepsis Campaign Guidelines Be Retired? Yes
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- COUNTERPOINT: Should the Surviving Sepsis Campaign Guidelines Be Retired? No.
- Authors: Levy MM, Rhodes A, Evans LE, Steering and Executive Committee of the Surviving Sepsis Campaign
- Issue date: 2019 Jan
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