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Back-end sepsis: de-escalating & de-resuscitating

Intensive Care Network

Hallie Prescott tells us about why the back-end of sepsis matters and is a neglected aspect of our management. The post Back-end sepsis: de-escalating & de-resuscitating appeared first on Intensive Care Network.

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REBEL Cast Ep116: The CLOVERS Trial – Restrictive vs Liberal Fluids in Sepsis-Induced Hypotension

RebelEM

Background: IV fluids are part of the standard resuscitation bundle in septic shock, however it is unclear if they provide a significant benefit. Early Restrictive or Liberal Fluid Management for Sepsis-Induced Hypotension. Liberal: 14.9% Estimated Difference: -0.9%; 95% CI 04.4 Liberal: 14.9% Estimated Difference: -0.9%; 95% CI 04.4

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Ginestra – Treating Sepsis with a Full House: Timing of Antimicrobial Initiation for Hospital-Onset Sepsis Under Capacity Strain?

University of Maryland CC Project

Her current research focuses on improving the quality and timeliness of early sepsis care. She is interested in the organization of healthcare delivery and in optimizing the delivery of evidence-based interventions for critically ill patients.

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A Beginner’s Guide to Vasoactive Drug use in Children with Septic Shock

Don't Forget the Bubbles

Four-year-old Ed is being resuscitated for presumed Invasive Group A Streptococcal Sepsis from tonsilitis. Obviously, one also needs to address the cause of the shock, or any efforts in resuscitation will only bring a temporary improvement. He presented tachycardic and hypotensive with a capillary refill time of 5 seconds.

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Taylor – Clinical Subtypes of Sepsis Survivors Predicts Readmission and Mortality After Hospital Discharge

University of Maryland CC Project

Stephanie Taylor, MD, Associate Professor of Internal Medicine at Carolinas Medical Center presents at Critical Care Grand Rounds, a lecture entitled, "Clinical Subtypes of Sepsis Survivors Predicts Readmission and Mortality After Hospital Discharge.”

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Prognostic Utility of Initial Lactate Clearance

University of Maryland Department of Emergency Med

Background: -Initial lactate clearance over 2 hours has been used to measure pt response to resuscitation in sepsis. However, data. Click to view the rest

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Ep 122 Sepsis and Septic Shock – What Matters from EM Cases Course

Emergency Medicine Cases

Sara Gray, intensivist and emergency physician, co-author of The CAEP Sepsis Guidelines, answers questions such as: How does one best recognize occult septic shock? Which fluid and how much fluid is best for resuscitation of the septic shock patients? What are the goals of resuscitation in the patient with sepsis or septic shock?

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