Бiомаркери сепсису у дiтей


  • В. І. Снiсарь Днiпропетровська медична академiя МОЗ України, Україна



Ключові слова:

бiомаркери, сепсис, дiти


Представлено данi щодо основних дiагностичних та прогностичних бiомаркерiв наявностi iнфекцiї у дiтей: С-реактивного бiлка (C-РБ), швидкостi осiдання еритроцитiв (ШОЕ), прокальцитонiну (ПКТ), iнтерлейкiну-6 (IЛ-6), iнтерлейкiну-1 антагонiста рецептора (IЛ–1ra), iнтерлейкiну-8 (IЛ-8) , фактора некрозу пухлини (ФНП), критичного рецептора експресiї мiєлоїдних клiтин (sTREM)-1, бiлкiв високої мобiльної групи (HMGB1). Незважаючи на численнi науково – дослiдницькi роботи з вивчення бiомаркерiв сепсису, їх використання в клiнiчнiй педiатричнiй практицi ще обмежене. Останнiм часом велику увагу придiляють вивченню дiагностичної цiнностi бiомаркерiв, що пов'язано з високою смертнiстю новонароджених i дiтей вiд сепсису.

Біографія автора

В. І. Снiсарь, Днiпропетровська медична академiя МОЗ України

Снiсарь В.I., ДУ "Днiпропетровська медична академiя МОЗ України"


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Снiсарь В. І. (2014). Бiомаркери сепсису у дiтей. PAIN, ANAESTHESIA & INTENSIVE CARE, (1(66), 35–47. https://doi.org/10.25284/2519-2078.1(66).2014.85581