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What is the difference between sepsis and sirs?
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In brief: Infection
Sirs is a condition where there are systemic changes in the body which are characteristic of inflammation.
Sepsis is sirs with a documented infection.

In brief: Infection
Sirs is a condition where there are systemic changes in the body which are characteristic of inflammation.
Sepsis is sirs with a documented infection.
Dr. Evert Eriksson
Dr. Evert Eriksson
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2 doctors agree
In brief: Infection
Sirs is a condition where there are systemic changes in the body which are characteristic of inflammation.
Sepsis is sirs with a documented infection.

In brief: Infection
Sirs is a condition where there are systemic changes in the body which are characteristic of inflammation.
Sepsis is sirs with a documented infection.
Dr. Evert Eriksson
Dr. Evert Eriksson
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1 doctor agrees
In brief: Infection
Sirs is a condition where there are systemic changes in the body which are characteristic of inflammation.
Sepsis is sirs with a documented infection.

In brief: Infection
Sirs is a condition where there are systemic changes in the body which are characteristic of inflammation.
Sepsis is sirs with a documented infection.
Dr. Evert Eriksson
Dr. Evert Eriksson
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