Treatment Pathway for Initial Management of Patients with Sepsis October 17, 2018

Posted by Andy Jagoda, MD in: Feature Update , trackback
Sepsis is a common and life-threatening condition that requires early recognition and swift initial management. Diagnosis and treatment of sepsis and septic shock are fundamental for emergency clinicians, and include knowledge of clinical and laboratory indicators of subtle and overt organ dysfunction, infection source control, and protocols for prompt identification of the early signs of septic shock.
This clinical pathway will help you improve care in the initial management of patients with sepsis. Download now.

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1. Radwa iraqy - October 17, 2018

Good job follow u

2. dr Adel Amin - March 24, 2019

very informative

3. Genevieve Baril-Guerard - April 11, 2019

maybe you should invovle sofa and qsofa in your algorythm and corticoids earlier in the process?

4. dr. abdul muqtadir - February 3, 2020

i want to know the antibiotic of choice in sepsis patients. used single antibiotic or used two antibiotic?

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