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Adult Sepsis

Adult Sepsis

Adult Sepsis

Alison Tavare
Alison Tavare
on behalf of Health Education England

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Launch date: 27 Apr 2018
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Last updated: 12 Jan 2021

Reference: 188521

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EMMANUEL ADJEI AMOAH (12 Jan 2021)
very nice course
MARIA MUMBA (30 Dec 2020)
very educative
Conard Mwiiya (18 Dec 2020)
nice lesson

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Description

This session covers non pregnant adults and children aged 12 years and over.

It is aimed at all out of hospital clinicians, GPs, Nurses, Paramedics, Community Midwives and those providing urgent or unscheduled care.

It will cover the subtle ways in which sepsis may present and highlight the history, examination and the management of the patient with sepsis. NEWS has been used for this session and will shortly be updated to be aligned with NEWS2.

Objectives

By the end of this session you will be able to:
• Describe various ways patients with sepsis may present and what to cover in the history
• List the structured set of observations to support clinical decision making and to help stratify risk
• Recall common pitfalls in diagnosis
• Identify which patients with sepsis are highest priority for urgent admission and know about the early management of the patient with sepsis
Alison Tavare

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Alison Tavare
on behalf of Health Education England

Alison Tavaré MB ChB MRCGP DRCOG MSc(Sports and Exercise Medicine) is a part time GP in Bristol.

She has been involved in raising awareness of sepsis for some years and was the GP member of the NICE Guideline Development Group for Sepsis. She is also GP clinical advisor for the West of England AHSN and a clinical tutor at the University of Bristol.

Alison is the medical officer at Gloucestershire County Cricket Club.

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User Reviews (24)

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EMMANUEL ADJEI AMOAH (12 Jan 2021)
very nice course
MARIA MUMBA (30 Dec 2020)
very educative
Conard Mwiiya (18 Dec 2020)
nice lesson
GEORGE MULOWA (10 Dec 2020)
good presentation
Nelson Musilanga (19 Nov 2020)
Clinically relevant
SSENTONGO HENRY (18 Nov 2020)
Good but very lengthy
Dr Adam Ebrahim Ahmed (31 Oct 2020)
Confusion needs to be noted.
Chinaza Amalachukwu Emegoakor (28 Oct 2020)
this course was eye opening on the use of antibiotics in the management of a septic patient.
Klenam Goka (23 Oct 2020)
Very informative
Tamimu Ngwenya (17 Oct 2020)
omit other topics that are not related to specific nation patient management policy as in Tanzania. provide topics related needs of specified nation.
Isdory Isdory (12 Oct 2020)
Nice
Dr. Ebou Mbowe (6 Oct 2020)
excellent
Dr Mupanganyama Fulton Kubvoruno (9 Sep 2020)
great reminder
Dr. Naveed Ahmad (30 Aug 2020)
Very informative
IYASE ANWULI joy (19 Aug 2020)
good
KAYINDA FRANCIS (1 Aug 2020)
very good
Dr Mabhena Simiso Elwyne (29 Jul 2020)
Good module, informative
MUBULIZI PAUL MULWANYI (19 Jul 2020)
good
Dr. Okeoma Obieze Anumba (16 Jul 2020)
Sepsis could be missed by the clinician especially in regions that are prevalent with malaria. It's good to be reminded to always consider sepsis early in the management of patients in these environments.
MRS. YOBES MATARA MAKABE (12 Jul 2020)
appreciated the content
Ibrahim Samwel (17 Jun 2020)
a good course for knowledge refreshment.
John Lawi (27 May 2020)
Very useful update for Sepsis Management
Dr Takayidza Brian (10 May 2020)
case studies put NEWS2 into perspective
Win Moe Htut null (5 May 2020)
Informative!

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