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What is the ISF?

The International Sepsis Forum (ISF) is an international collaboration aimed at reducing the global burden of sepsis. It is guided by a Council of prominent clinical and non-clinical academics from around the world with major expertise in pathophysiology, translational research, clinical trials and epidemiology. ISF works closely with industry to aid the development of new drugs, devices, monitors and diagnostics for sepsis. It is also involved in educational initiatives including annual symposia and colloquia, and state-of-the-art publications

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Sepsis 2023

We are sorry to announce that Sepsis 2023 has been canceled and the  International Congress of the Israel Society of Anesthesiologists (ICISA2023) has been postponed due to the ongoing situation in Israel.

We look forward to Sepsis 2024 which will be held as a joint meeting with the Canadian Critical Care Forum in November 2024.

See Sepsis 2021 Video Presentations
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International Sepsis Forum Vision and Mission

The VISION of the International Sepsis Forum is to reduce the global burden of morbidity and mortality from sepsis.

The MISSION of the ISF is to improve the care of critically care patients with sepsis by:

  • Promoting an improved understanding of the basic biology and pathology of sepsis
  • Enhancing the understanding of the epidemiology of sepsis
    Improving the design and conduct of clinical research to improve the management of septic patients
  • Educating health professionals in the optimal management of patients with sepsis
  • Raising the profile of sepsis as a global health challenge with the public, with healthcare practitioners, with industry, and with global health agencies

What is Sepsis?

Sepsis is a life-threatening complication of infection that arises when the body’s response to infection injures its own tissues and organs. While sepsis can occur with any infection, it most commonly occurs with pneumonia, urinary tract infections, skin infections, wound infections or abdominal infections…

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