Publications

International Sepsis Forum and Related Publications

Virulence: Special Issue on Sepsis, January 2014, Volume 5, Issue 1

Guest Editor: Steven M Opal

Critical Care Medicine, February 2010, 38(2):367-374 Special Article

“The Surviving Sepsis Campaign: Results of an International guideline-based performance improvement program targeting severe sepsis”

Levy, Mitchell M.; Dellinger, R Phillip; Townsend, Sean R.; Linde-Zwirble, Walter T.; Marshall, John C.; Bion, Julian; Schorr, Christa; Artigas, Antonio; Ramsay, Graham; Beale, Richard; Parker, Margaret M.; Gerlach, Herwig; Reinhart, Konrad; Silva, Eliezer; Harvey, Maurene; Regan, Susan; Angus, Derek C.; on behalf of the Surviving Sepsis Campaign

Critical Care Medicine, Vol. 37, 2009, Pages 2290-2298

“The International Sepsis Forum on Bio-Markers in Sepsis October 2005”

The Lancet Infectious Diseases Vol. 8, Number 1, January 2008

“Host-pathogen interactions in Sepsis”. Tom van der Poll, Steven M Opal. From the 5th Annual ISF Colloquium in Toledo, Spain.

Shock Vol. 24, Supp 1, 2005

“Injury, Inflammation, and Sepsis: Laboratory and Clinical Approaches”. This supplement is the result of the Shock Society/ISF Symposium on the Translation Biology of Shock and Sepsis held at Lunenburg, Nova Scotia, CA, June 4-6, 2004.

Supplement to Clinical Infectious Diseases 2005, Volume 41, Supp 7

A supplement from the 3rd ISF Colloquium.

Pediatric Critical Care Medicine 2005 Vol.6/no.3.S1-S164

ISF Infections in the ICU Definitions Forums: September 2004 Pediatric Forum with the PALISI Network.

Critical Care Medicine.Vol.33.8, 2005

June 2003: Outcome Measures for Clinical Research in Sepsis: A Report of the 2nd Cambridge Colloquium of the International Sepsis Forum: Chairs – Marshall & Vincent.

Critical Care Medicine 2005.Vol.33.7. 1538-1548

ISF Infections in the ICU Definitions Forums: November 2003 Adult Forum.

Supplement to Journal of Infectious Diseases 2003, Volume 187

“The ISF First Annual Cambridge Colloquium on Genetic, Molecular, and Cellular Basis of Innate Immunity and Sepsis” This supplement to JID is the result of the first ISF Cambridge Colloquium held at Queens College on the 14-15 July 2002. This Colloquium was designed to bring together leading experts on Genetics and Innate Immunity in Sepsis. The supplement contains manuscripts from the outstanding faculty who participated in the meeting.

Supplement to Intensive Care Medicine 2001, Volume 27

The ISF Guidelines for the Management of Severe Sepsis and Septic Shock. This supplement was the result of a sustained effort by the International Sepsis Forum to bring together a body of practical recommendations for the management of patients with severe sepsis and septic shock.