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Physicians working in a tertiary care hospital, primarily in the emergency and critical care departments, were recruited into the survey. They were asked to fill questionnaires which were designed to collect sepsis score, diagnostic indicators, fluid resuscitation, antibiotics choice, access to knowledge and training, as well as implementation of sepsis guidelines in clinical diagnosis and treatment.
Overall, the response rate was 625/661 (94.5%). The investigate shows the basic information of all physicians who participated in the answer sheet, including their work department, professional title and whether their hospital was a teaching hospital. Significant differences were identified among the physicians in terms of method of acquiring sepsis guidelines, the impact of study guidelines on clinical diagnosis and treatment, efficiency of training methods, cognition of fluid resuscitation in patients with sepsis, the cognition of sepsis rehydration principles, selection of antibiotics for patients with sepsis, the basis for antibiotic selection, among other variables.
Although majority of physicians involved in tertiary care hospital understand the contents of sepsis-3 guidelines, the clinical implementation of the guidelines in the diagnosis and treatment of patients with sepsis is highly heterogeneous. Thus, there is need to develop standardized training for physicians involved in sepsis diagnosis and treatment.
We used a questionnaire to investigate the understanding and degree of implementation of sepsis guidelines by physicians in China.All respondents were physicians from tertiary care hospitals, mainly working in emergency(emergency center) and critical care centers (intensive care unit). The contents and evaluation criteria of the questionnaire were developed by infection experts. The questionnaire asked for responses on the following: i) basic information, (ii)method of acquiring sepsis guidelines, (iii) efficiency of training methods, (iv) impact of study guidelines on clinical diagnosis and treatment,(v) cognition of fluid resuscitation in patients with sepsis,(vi) cognition of sepsis rehydration principles, (vii) selection of antibiotics for patients with sepsis, especially the use of restricted antibiotics(compared with non-restricted antibiotics, restricted antibiotics have certain limitations in terms of efficacy, safety, and bacterial resistance, and their use should be restricted, such as third-generation cephalosporins)and (viii) basis for antibiotic selection. The questionnaire was based on the star platform (is a professional online questionnaire survey, examination, evaluation and voting platform, website: )and was sent from the platform to the education departments of participating hospitals. The education department of participating hospitals then coordinated the completion of questionnaires by full-time emergency department and intensive care physicians, after which data were retrieved by the questionnaire star platform . The entire investigation was double-blinded . This study was approved by Beijing Chao-Yang Hospital ethics committee and all participants consented to the study.
In terms of how to acquire knowledge on sepsis guidelines, majority of the physicians received sepsis-related training. 46.56% physicians had reported acquiring sepsis knowledge by self reading, 23.68% by attending lectures, 24.48% by learnt from senior physicians,and 1.44% by studied in other ways. Only 3.84% did not receive training (Fig. 1).
For biomacromolecules, such as proteins and DNAs, we usually know the chirality of the component amino acids or nucleosides and we are more interested in what the CD spectrum tells us about how they are arranged into secondary or even tertiary structures (Figure 3). The use one makes of a CD spectrum depends on what question is being asked: is an absolute measure of helix and sheet content of a protein required? Or does one simply want to know whether a peptide folds in a lipidic environment or a nucleic acid or protein unfolds when heated? The latter questions can often be answered by visual inspection of spectra (Figure 3). However, one does need to take care as to what information is being displayed. In Figure 3c, fluorescence tells us that the tryptophans in α-lactalbumin unfold in two phases, the first being slow and the second from 55oC to 65°C. In light of the fluorescence data, the aromatic CD (which is relatively noisy) is probably telling the same story, though it could be one broad transition. By way of contrast, the backbone protein spectrum measured at 222 nm unfolds in a single concerted step from 55oC to 65°C, at the same time as the environments of some of the tryptophans is exposed to water as shown by the fluorescence.
An example of batch-to-batch CD comparison of a biopharmaceutical product is given in Figure 5. Visual inspection of the spectra suggests it is largely unfolded (negative maximum at 200 nm), though CD structure-fitting suggests it is β-sheet. The resolution of this, as discussed above, is that it is probably a combination of βII and unfolded structures. Close inspection of the data suggests there is a small difference in the secondary structure of three batches of the product. The aromatic CD suggests the tertiary structures of the different batches also differ. 2b1af7f3a8