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Year Number of Results
1964 3
1965 22
1966 41
1967 52
1968 69
1969 75
1970 77
1971 130
1972 89
1973 66
1974 86
1975 78
1976 101
1977 144
1978 130
1979 149
1980 137
1981 144
1982 164
1983 168
1984 239
1985 269
1986 244
1987 248
1988 288
1989 346
1990 309
1991 379
1992 334
1993 421
1994 427
1995 478
1996 598
1997 555
1998 571
1999 496
2000 626
2001 696
2002 744
2003 780
2004 837
2005 908
2006 1074
2007 1232
2008 1386
2009 1454
2010 1397
2011 1377
2012 1381
2013 1300
2014 1171
2015 1167
2016 998
2017 1086
2018 1098
2019 481
2020 9
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The inflammatory response in sepsis
Bosmann M and Ward PA. Trends Immunol 2013 - Review. PMID 23036432 Free PMC article.
Signaling pathways linking inflammation to insulin resistance.
Zand H, et al. Diabetes Metab Syndr 2017 - Review. PMID 28365222
Inflammation is closely linked to the pathogenesis of type 2 diabetes (T2D) and chronic inflammation is one of the main causes of insulin resistance. ...Here, we focus on the roles of transcription factors in inflammation-induced insulin resistance and their involvement in pathogenesis of insulin resistance....
Inflammation is closely linked to the pathogenesis of type 2 diabetes (T2D) and chronic inflammation is one of the main causes
Sepsis Pathophysiology, Chronic Critical Illness, and Persistent Inflammation-Immunosuppression and Catabolism Syndrome.
Mira JC, et al. Crit Care Med 2017. PMID 27632674 Free PMC article.
Once thought to be predominantly a syndrome of over exuberant inflammation, sepsis is now recognized as a syndrome of aberrant host protective immunity. ...Patients with chronic critical illness often exhibit "a persistent inflammation-immunosuppression and catabolism syndrome," and it is proposed here that this state of persisting inflammation, immunosuppression and catabolism contributes to many of these adverse clinical outcomes. ...
Once thought to be predominantly a syndrome of over exuberant inflammation, sepsis is now recognized as a syndrome of aberrant host p …
Sepsis definitions: time for change
Vincent JL, et al. Lancet 2013. PMID 23472921 Free PMC article.
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