DiscoverSaving Lives: Critical Care w/eddyjoemdA Rationale to use IV Vitamin C followed by a Reality Check: The ACTS Trial (Journal Club-ish)
A Rationale to use IV Vitamin C followed by a Reality Check: The ACTS Trial (Journal Club-ish)

A Rationale to use IV Vitamin C followed by a Reality Check: The ACTS Trial (Journal Club-ish)

Update: 2020-08-18
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Another day, another IV vitamin C trial. It appears as if the dust is settling a bit on all this. This paper will be known as the ACTS trial for Ascorbic acid, Corticosteroids and Thiamine in Septic shock. Before digging into the paper, though, I provide a bit of a biologic rationale as why these trials should improve outcomes.


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A Rationale to use IV Vitamin C followed by a Reality Check: The ACTS Trial (Journal Club-ish)

A Rationale to use IV Vitamin C followed by a Reality Check: The ACTS Trial (Journal Club-ish)

Eddy Joe, MD