Introduction to Severe Sepsis, Septic Shock - Introduction to General Medicine - Lecture Slides, Slides for Medicine. Eternal University

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Description: Introduction to Severe Sepsis, Septic Shock, Systemic Inflammatory Response Syndrome, Tachypnea, Acute Organ Dysfunction, Metabolic Acidosis, Refractory Hypotension, Fluid Resucitation are some points in Introduction to General Medicine lecture. This lecture is one of 61 lectures you can find here for this course.
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Introduction
Severe Sepsis and Septic Shock are major
healthcare problems
High mortality
Increasing in incidence
APPROPRIATED AND RAPID
MANAGEMENT INFLUENCE THE
OUTCOME
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SYSTEMIC INFLAMMATORY RESPONSE
SYNDROME (SRIS):
2 o more of:
Fever: oral temperature >38C or
hypothermia (<36C)
Tachypnea: >24 breaths/min
Tachycardia: heart reat >90 beats/min
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SYSTEMIC INFLAMMATORY RESPONSE
SYNDROME (SRIS):
2 o more of:
Leukocytosis: WBC >12.000/ul, leukopenia
<4000/ul, or >10% bands
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SEPSIS:
SIRS in response to documented infection
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