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Sepsis: Early Detection and Rapid Intervention

Despite advances in antimicrobial therapy and medical support, septic shock remains a leading cause of death. This presentation will provide an overview of current sepsis guidelines, including expanded options for vascular access. Discussions will focus on the significance of timely clinical recognition and interventions, which have been shown to improve outcomes in sepsis.

Learning objectives:

Students will be able to describe the effects of sepsis on the larger human population.

Students will be able to describe the current sepsis guidelines from experts.

Students will be able to apply appropriate assessment tools for patients suspected of sepsis.


Kim, H. I., & Park, S. (2019). Sepsis: Early Recognition and Optimized Treatment. Tuberculosis and respiratory diseases82(1), 6–14.

  • Format
  • Duration
    1 hour
  • Credits
    1 CE
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