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  • Immune function testing in sepsis patients receiving sodium selenite. [Journal Article]
  • JCJ Crit Care 2019 May 04; 52:208-212
  • Guo A, Srinath J, … Choukèr A
  • CONCLUSIONS: Selenium has long been an adjuvant therapy in treating sepsis. Recently, it was proven to not have beneficial effects on the mortality outcome. Using data from our center in this sub-cohort study, we identified no relative improvement in cytokine release of stimulated blood immune cells ex vivo from patients with selenium therapy over a three-week period. This offers a potential explanation for the lack of beneficial effects of selenium in sepsis patients.
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