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Sepsis and Septic Shock – Guideline based management in ICU​

The body's reaction to infection causes sepsis, a potentially fatal organ malfunction. It needs quick identification, the right drugs, careful hemodynamic support, and infection source control. Understanding sepsis physiology and best practice guidelines is essential because the trend in management is away from protocolized therapy and toward suitable usual care.

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Dr Atchyuth R Gongada​

MD FRCA, HoD and Sr Consultant,Dept of Critical Care and Anaesthesiology,Apollo Hospitals, Healtcity, Visakhapatnam

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Dr Atchyuth R Gongada​
  • 22nd-November-2022, TIME : 5:00PM - 6:00PM
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The body's reaction to infection causes sepsis, a potentially fatal organ malfunction. It needs quick identification, the right drugs, careful hemodynamic support, and infection source control. Understanding sepsis physiology and best practice guidelines is essential because the trend in management is away from protocolized therapy and toward suitable usual care.

webinar
Dr Atchyuth R Gongada​
  • 22nd-November-2022, TIME : 5:00PM - 6:00PM
  • 0

The body's reaction to infection causes sepsis, a potentially fatal organ malfunction. It needs quick identification, the right drugs, careful hemodynamic support, and infection source control. Understanding sepsis physiology and best practice guidelines is essential because the trend in management is away from protocolized therapy and toward suitable usual care.

webinar
Dr Atchyuth R Gongada​
  • 22nd-November-2022, TIME : 5:00PM - 6:00PM
  • 0

The body's reaction to infection causes sepsis, a potentially fatal organ malfunction. It needs quick identification, the right drugs, careful hemodynamic support, and infection source control. Understanding sepsis physiology and best practice guidelines is essential because the trend in management is away from protocolized therapy and toward suitable usual care.