Marcio Borges Sa
Specialist in Intensive Care Medicine via MIR performed at the Hospital Universitario 12 de Octubre in Madrid. Then he has done another two years as fellow of the Infectious Diseases Unit of the same Hospital during 2000 and 2001.
Specialist in Intensive Care Medicine, Hospital Universitario Son Llatzer, Palma de Mallorca, Spain, since January 2002.
Coordinator of the Multidisciplinary Sepsis Unit, Department of Intensive Care Medicine, Hospital Universitario Son Llatzer in Palma de Mallorca from 2009 to present. It has been the first Sepsis Unit in Europe. Our main actions are screening, detection, diagnosis and early treatment of sepsis in all areas of the Hospital. With the aim of reducing mortality and use of resources through a comprehensive and multidisciplinary management of sepsis throughout the hospital.
Associate Professor of Infectious Diseases at the University of the Balearic Islands (UIB) since September 2019.
Principal Investigator of the Sepsis Group of the Institute for Scientific Research of the Balearic Islands (IDISBA) associated with the Spanish National Center for Health Research (CSIC), of the Carlos III Institute. In this group we have several lines of research, mainly in areas of Nanotechnology and Artificial Intelligence for the prediction and detection of sepsis. We also work in other areas such as optimization of antibiotic use (with special emphasis on multiresistant pathogens), diagnosis with new molecular techniques, epidemiology of sepsis or comprehensive care of sepsis under bundles.
National Coordinator of the Sepsis Code Plan in Spain since 2012: program that brings together 26 Scientific Societies in Spain, which has developed different research, teaching and organizational activities; Coordinator of the National Consensus Document Sepsis Code with the support of the Ministry of Health and Consumption of Spain.
Member of 15 national and international scientific societies.
Director of the Sepsis and Critical Infectious Diseases Committee of the Pan-American and Iberian Federation of Intensive Care Medicine (FEPIMCTI), congregates the 26 scientific societies of Intensive Care Medicine of Portugal, Spain and all America since 2018.
President of the Sepsis Code Foundation, Ministry of Education since 2018.
Member of the Board of Directors of the Spanish Society of Chemotherapy (SEQ) since 2018.
Member of the Micellium Foundation since 2010, Ministry of Education.
Independent external collaborating advisor to the Pan American Health Organization and the World Health Organization (PAHO-WHO) since 2020.
I am currently coordinating, at international level, the new Sepsis Code Plan. This consists of different modules. The first step is the realization of the new International Consensus Document of the Sepsis Code (the previous one was from 2016), which will consist of about 350 global multidisciplinary experts: the document will be a clinical practice guideline based on systematic literature review and expert opinion based on the DELPHY Methodology. The second module consists of the implementation of new training courses in sepsis, which will be certified, aimed at nurses and physicians (for these we will have a basic and an advanced course). The third module is a plan to disseminate the health impact of sepsis worldwide, together with several national and international societies such as FEPIMCTI, the World Federation of Intensive Care Medicine and PAHO-WHO. And we have already started the work of scientific support for the implementation of the Sepsis Code Plan in different regions in Europe and America and in certain countries, such as Portugal or Colombia.
Main author and co-author of more than 400 indexed national and international scientific publications.
Main author and co-author of more than 300 and 450, respectively, oral communications/posters in national and international congresses.
Speaker or moderator in more than 500 sessions in national and international congresses and meetings.
Scientific Reviewer in the following scientific journals: Critical Care Medicine, Intensive Care medicine, Critical Care, Antimicrobials, Frontiers of Infections, Revista Medicina Intensiva (SEMICYUC), Revista de Enfermedades Infecciosas y Microbiología Clínica /SEIMC), Revista de la Sociedad Española de Quimioterapia (SEQ), Revista Iberoamericana de Micología, Revista Medicina Clínica, Revista Brasileira de Medicina Intensiva.
Editor of 12 books (the last two, Manual Código Sepsis, Distribuna Editorial, 2022, and The Sepsis Codex, Elsevier Editorial, 2023).
Participant, as a professor, in more than 40 face-to-face and online courses on infectious diseases. Lecturer in 125 non-university courses on infectious diseases and sepsis. Lecturer in 50 pre- or undergraduate courses.
Organizer/director of more than 70 infectious diseases and sepsis training courses.