Sepsis Survival: Rapid Recognition & the Latest Treatment Guidelines – Robin Gilbert
Sepsis remains a common diagnosis, sadly with a high mortality rate. Management of sepsis is a complicated clinical challenge requiring early recognition and management of infection, hemodynamic issues, and other organ dysfunctions. Nurses are often the first to encounter the patient at risk for sepsis. -Time is of the essence in the identification and management of sepsis. Robin Gilbert, MSN, RN, CEN, CPEN will share new tips to help you pick up on clinical signs/symptoms that could indicate a concern and will provide you with up-to-date information to guide initial interventions for the patient.
Don’t miss the early warning signs. YOU can make a difference in decreasing patient mortality rates.
- Analyze hemodynamic changes, as they relate to a sepsis diagnosis.
- Anticipate clinical presentation of patients with sepsis.
- Explain the early goal directed therapy initiatives for sepsis.
- Predict the specific vasopressors and inotropic medications used to treat septic shock.
- Interpret the indicators of multiple organ dysfunction syndrome, specific to patients with sepsis.
- Hemodynamic & Sepsis
- Preload, afterload, contractility
- Applying hemodynamic basics to a patient with sepsis
- Sepsis Overview
- Septic Shock
- Immediate Evaluation and Management
- Ventilatory support