Despite the advances of modern critical care, there is remarkably little that has been demonstrated to change the trajectory of septic shock. We still rely on early recognition, good supportive care and appropriate antimicrobials to help these patients. This talk will focus on why these therapies are still the mainstays and how we need to work hard to ensure that in the near future – novel therapies and complex supportive care mechanisms such as ECMO can help the sickest patients.
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Healthcare Professionals that care for septic patients
Upon completion of this activity, you should be able to: