Early ED Sepsis Care

May 10, 2021 00:39:02
Early ED Sepsis Care
Critical Care Perspectives in Emergency Medicine
Early ED Sepsis Care
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Over 80% of patients with sepsis receive care in the ED.  Despite evidence demonstrating the benefits of ED sepsis resuscitation, there remains significant controversies on many aspects of ED sepsis care.  In this podcast, we are joined by EM/CCM extraordinaire Dr. Gabe Wardi, who discuss an upcoming article on ED sepsis resuscitation that will have a significant impact the care we provide to our patients.  You cannot afford to miss this episode!

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