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Cover image for lecture: Surviving Sepsis: the Importance of Early Recognition

Lecture Overview

Take a look at some striking case scenarios to better understand the pathophysiological mechanisms by which sepsis can develop and how you can notice the early warning signs of sepsis. Also in this session: how to calculate a SOFA score.

Educators

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Jesse Spurr

Jesse Spurr is an emergency and critical care nurse and educator. Outside his family, work and CrossFit, Jesse pours energy into his professional hobbies: healthcare simulation podcast Simulcast, and nursing practice development blog and podcast Injectable Orange. Jesse classes himself a lifelong student of teaching, learning, health, and human performance. See Educator Profile

Reviews

4.6
168 Total Rating(s)
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Annette richards
03 Apr 2020

Provided a Good over all understanding of sepsis.

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Phoebe Doherty
27 Mar 2020

Best AusMed lecture I’ve seen yet.

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Karen Khoury
07 Feb 2020

Good general overview of sepsis but it did refer to another sepsis video which I need to try to find and review. Certainly gave me information I wasn't aware of

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Rebecca blakemore
23 Jan 2020

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Kathy Pettet
21 Jan 2020

Excellent learning for health care workers, and presented well.

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Peer Asmussen
17 Jan 2020

Good

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Mary Wright
08 Jan 2020

Great resource, well presented JS.

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Blair Bayens
20 Dec 2019

Nice and easy to digest.

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Sonia Huggins
03 Dec 2019

Informative and interesting topic with an engaging lecturer.

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Jill Pamplin
12 Nov 2019

This was a great presentation. Easy to understand and changed the way I look at signs and symptoms.