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Surviving Sepsis Campaign International guidelines for management of severe sepsis and septic shock 2008
Author: Spoelstra, Angelique
InstitutionDellinger et al Intensive Care Medicine

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Definitions of SEPSIS , SEVERE SEPSIS , and SEPTIC SHOCK
Author: Anonymous
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Definitions of SEPSIS, SEVERE SEPSIS, and SEPTIC SHOCK MANDATORY CRITERIA (within last 24 hours) Documented or suspected infection • WBCs in normally sterile body fluid
SEPTIC SHOCK
Author: fiaz
InstitutionKING FAHAD HOSPITAL MADINAH AL MUNAWARAH,KSA

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Sepsis is a serious bodywide response to bacteremia or another infection. Septic shock is life-threatening low blood pressure (shock) due to sepsis * Usually, sepsis results from certain bacterial infections, often acquired in a hospital. * Having certain conditions, such as a weakened immune system, certain chronic disorders, an artificial joint or heart valve, and certain heart valve abnormalities, increases the risk. * At first, people have a high (or sometimes low) body temperature, sometimes with shaking chills and weakness. * As sepsis worsens, the heart beats rapidly, breathing becomes rapid, people become confused, and blood pressure drops. * Doctors suspect the diagnosis based on symptoms and confirm it by detecting bacteria in a sample of blood, urine, or other tissue. * Antibiotics are given immediately, and people with septic shock are given oxygen and fluids and sometimes drugs to increase blood pressure. Usually, the body's response to infection is limited to the specific area infected. But in sepsis, the response to infection occurs throughout the body—called a systemic response. This response includes an abnormally high temperature (fever) or low temperature (hypothermia) plus one or more of the following: * Rapid heart rate * Rapid breathing rate * An abnormally high or low number of white blood cells - Slides
The Pathophysiology of Sepsis / SIRS and MOF
Author: Anonymous
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The Pathophysiology of Sepsis / SIRS and MOF. James C. Doherty, MD ... Septic Shock: Sepsis induced with hypotension despite adequate resuscitation along ...
Septic arthritis
Author: Anonymous
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Septic arthritis
Shock in Trauma for paramedics
Author: Dr.Fiaz Maqbool Fazili
InstitutionKing Fahad Hospital Madina al Munawarah ,SAudi Arabia

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kemu.edu.pk/Lectures/Shock.ppt
Author: Anonymous
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Cardiogenic Shock; Hypovolemic Shock; Septic Shock (Endotoxin Shock); Neurogenic Shock; Anaphylactic Shock. Stages of Shock ...
Management of Septic Shock
Author: Anonymous
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... drug OD, burns, trauma, immediate surgery, uncured cancer, immunosupressed, DNR.Adrenal Insufficiency. 25-40% of ICU patients with septic shock ...
Management of Obstetric Shock
Author: Surakshith
InstitutionRMMCH

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Management of Hemorrhagic , Septic , Anaphylactic Neurogenic shock
Salmonella
Author: Anonymous
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... Other clinical sequels include erythrema nodosum, meningitis, osteomielitis, septic arthritis, pnuemonia, choleocydtitis, endocarditis, pericarditis,
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