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Managing Sepsis

Managing Sepsis

Managing Sepsis

Katie Scales
Katie Scales
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Launch date: 13 Mar 2018
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Last updated: 01 Apr 2021

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This session deals with the presentation and immediate management of the patient with sepsis.


By the end of this session you will be able to:
● Recognise the disease continuum of sepsis in adults
● State the patient groups most at risk from sepsis
● Recognise the importance of haemodynamic assessment in the early detection of acute illness
● Explain the physiology of intravascular volume depletion in sepsis
● Identify the first line management of sepsis and the time frame for implementation of the sepsis care bundle
● Recognise a failure to respond to treatment and the need for urgent escalation to a senior and to critical care
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Katie Scales
on behalf of Health Education England

Katie Scales (BEd(Hons), HDQC Physiology, PG Dip Healthcare Ethics, DPSN, RNT, RN) is a Consultant Nurse Critical Care at Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust. Her career has been spent in critical care and education, with special professional interest in infusion therapy and vascular access.

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