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S45S16 and S37 and S44Search modes - Boolean/Phrase0
S44S38 or S39 or S40 or S41 or S42 or S43Search modes - Boolean/Phrase62
S43TI (vasopressin*) or AB (vasopressin*)Search modes - Boolean/Phrase408
S42MH VASOPRESSINSSearch modes - Boolean/Phrase582
S41TI (dopamine or dopaminergic) or AB (dopamine or dopaminergic)Search modes - Boolean/Phrase1555
S40MH DOPAMINE AGENTS+Search modes - Boolean/Phrase5880
S39TI (inotrope* or inotropic) or AB (inotrope* or inotropic)Search modes - Boolean/Phrase597
S38MH CARDIOTONIC AGENTS+Search modes - Boolean/Phrase4731
S37S17 or S18 or S19 or S20 or S21 or S22 or S23 or S24 or S25 or S26 or S27 or S28 or S29 or S30 or S31 or S32 or S33 or S34 or S35 or S36Search modes -Boolean/Phrase282
S36AB (meningococcus or meningococci)Search modes - Boolean/Phrase30
S35TI (meningococcus or meningococci)Search modes - Boolean/Phrase8
S34TI (blood N3 poisoning*) or AB (blood N3 poisoning*)Search modes - Boolean/Phrase13
S33AB (neisseria meningitid*) or AB (n meningitid*)Search modes - Boolean/Phrase102
S32TI (neisseria meningitid*) or TI (n meningitid*)Search modes - Boolean/Phrase48
S31TI (meningococc*) or AB (meningococc*)Search modes - Boolean/Phrase627
S30AB (meningococcal N3 septic) or AB (meningococcal N3 toxic) or AB (meningococcal N3 endotoxic) or AB (meningococcal N3 disease) or AB (meningococcal N3 infection*)Search modes - Boolean/Phrase147
S29TI (meningococcal N3 septic) or TI (meningococcal N3 toxic) or TI (meningococcal N3 endotoxic) or TI (meningococcal N3 disease) or TI (meningococcal N3 infection*)Search modes -Boolean/Phrase234
S28MH MENINGOCOCCAL INFECTIONSSearch modes - Boolean/Phrase615
S27TI SHOCKSearch modes - Boolean/Phrase2460
S26MH SHOCKSearch modes - Boolean/Phrase903
S25AB (meningococc* N3 sepsis) or AB (meningococc* N3 septic)Search modes - Boolean/Phrase18
S24TI (meningococc* N3 sepsis) or TI (meningococc* N3 septic)Search modes - Boolean/Phrase25
S23AB (septicemia or septicaemia or bacteremia or bacteraemia)Search modes - Boolean/Phrase1313
S22TI (septicemia or septicaemia or bacteremia or bacteraemia)Search modes - Boolean/Phrase733
S21TI (severe N2 sepsis) or AB (severe N2 sepsis)Search modes - Boolean/Phrase606
S20MH NEONATAL SEPSISSearch modes - Boolean/Phrase284
S19MH BACTEREMIASearch modes - Boolean/Phrase1700
S18TI (sepsis N5 hypotension) or AB (sepsis N5 hypotension)Search modes - Boolean/Phrase29
S17MH SHOCK, SEPTICSearch modes - Boolean/Phrase1046
S16S1 or S2 or S3 or S4 or S5 or S6 or S7 or S8 or S9 or S10 or S11 or S12 or S13 or S14 or S15Search modes - Boolean/Phrase1770
S15TI (paediatric* or pediatric*) or AB (paediatric* or pediatric*)Search modes - Boolean/Phrase29743
S14AB (newborn*) or AB (neonate*)Search modes - Boolean/Phrase7636
S13TI (newborn*) or TI (neonate*)Search modes - Boolean/Phrase5897
S12TI (pubescen*) or AB (pubescen*)Search modes - Boolean/Phrase55
S11MH PUBERTY+Search modes - Boolean/Phrase1004
S10TI (school*) or AB (school*)Search modes - Boolean/Phrase38329
S9MH SCHOOLS+Search modes - Boolean/Phrase21736
S8TI (adolescen*) or AB (adolescen*)Search modes - Boolean/Phrase28859
S7TI (teenag*) or AB (teenag*)Search modes - Boolean/Phrase3515
S6MH ADOLESCENCE+Search modes - Boolean/Phrase128199
S5TI (baby or babies) or AB (baby or babies)Search modes - Boolean/Phrase10049
S4TI (infan*) or AB (infan*)Search modes - Boolean/Phrase28358
S3MH INFANT+Search modes - Boolean/Phrase82965
S2TI (child*) or AB (child*)Search modes - Boolean/Phrase117798
S1MH CHILD+Search modes - Boolean/Phrase199308

From: Appendix E, Search strategies

Cover of Bacterial Meningitis and Meningococcal Septicaemia
Bacterial Meningitis and Meningococcal Septicaemia: Management of Bacterial Meningitis and Meningococcal Septicaemia in Children and Young People Younger than 16 Years in Primary and Secondary Care.
NICE Clinical Guidelines, No. 102.
National Collaborating Centre for Women's and Children's Health (UK).
London: RCOG Press; 2010.
Copyright © 2010, Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists.

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