Recent clinical studies reported that in critically ill patients,
oxidative stress caused by an increased production of reactive
oxygen species (ROS) and reactive nitrogen species (RNS) and
reduced antioxidant response is an expectable event. This book
presents the actual scientific available evidence of the
pathophysiology of oxidative stress and the role of it in different
clinical situations in the critically ill patient, supporting an
adjunct therapy to prevent the evolution to a multiple organ
dysfunction syndrome. This point of view is supported by many
recent clinical and experimental studies.
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