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Do antibiotics increase vascular permeability initially in sepsis? Watch

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    I am doing a presentation on the pathophysiology of sepsis and my tutor mentioned the administration of antibiotics given in A&E worsens vascular permiability and therefore leaky capillaries for a short period before it begins to resolve. I need to discuss this effect and I'm not sure what it's called and where I find this information. Thank you!
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