The purpose of the CONSIDER Sepsis Network is to coordinate and strengthen the clinical and experimental research in the field of sepsis, with primary focus on early diagnostic and treatment.
The network constitutes national and international clinicians and researchers from relevant specialties with contact to sepsis patients, and with interest in interdisciplinary research in this area.
The network works as an interdisciplinary cluster in which each researcher represent with unique expertise.
The project is a a multicenter, prospective, observational study which aims to describe the difference in fluid treatment in patients with suspected infection brought in by ambulance and patients arriving on their own. This study focuses on the total intravenous fluid amount administered in 6 hours and 24 hours after the patient is admitted to the Emergency Department. This study will bring knowledge about the effect on prehospital transportation on fluid treatment in patients with suspected infection.