Surviving Sepsis: the Importance of Early Recognition

CPD
44m

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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.

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Portrait of Jesse Spurr
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

Details
CPD44m of CPD
First Published31 March 2019
Updated31 March 2019
Expires
20 August 2021
Topics
Sepsis
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