Pediatric Sepsis: Rapid Recognition and First-Hour Management – PediaCast CME 068
- Dr Julia Lloyd visits the studio as we consider rapid recognition and first-hour management of pediatric sepsis. All who treat children must recognize this life-threatening condition and stand ready to intervene quickly. Tune in to learn how!
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- Pediatric Sepsis
- Septic Shock
At the end of this activity, participants should be able to:
- Define pediatric sepsis and septic shock and describe the pathophysiology of these conditions.
- Recognize sepsis based on a rapid assessment of the pediatric patient.
- Manage the first-hour resuscitation of a child presenting with sepsis.
- Identify signs of a successful sepsis resuscitation.
- Emergency Medicine at Nationwide Children’s Hospital
- How Our Immune System Works – PediaCast 462
- Septic Shock in Children: Overview
- Pathophysiology of Sepsis
- Septic Shock in Children: Rapid Recognition and Initial Resuscitation
- Septic Shock in Children: Ongoing Management After Resuscitation
- Initial Evaluation of Shock in Children
- Initial Management of Shock in Children
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