In this quick review, Dr. Julian Marsden and Dr. Rob Stenstrom discuss updates in sepsis management, research, and the latest diagnostic guidelines for the emergency department (ED). Dr. Stenstrom shares up-to-date guidance on the use of steroids, fluids, vasopressors, and antibiotics to treat sepsis in the ED.
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- World Sepsis Day Events & Webinars (Sept 13, 2021)
- BC Emergency Medicine Network Sepsis Resources
- Emergency Department Surviving Sepsis Guidelines
- BC COVID-19 Therapeutics Committee Guidelines
- Rob Stenstrom, EM Network member and Sepsis and Soft Tissue Infections Research Lead
- David Sweet, EM Network member and clinical lead (sepsis) for Clinical Care Management initiated by the Ministry of Health
- RUDi – Peer-to-peer Real-Time Virtual Support for emergency care
- ROSe – Peer-to-peer Real-Time Virtual Support for critical care
- BC Bedline Patient Transfer
Rob Stenstrom is an emergency physician and senior researcher at St. Paul’s Hospital in Vancouver, BC. He also holds a Ph.D. in Epidemiology and Biostatistics from McGill University. He is the Sepsis and Soft Tissue Infections Research Lead for the BC Emergency Medicine Network.
Julian Marsden leads the development of the Clinical Resource Program for the BC Emergency Medicine Network. He has been an emergency physician for 27 years and currently works in the emergency departments of St Paul’s, Mount Saint Joseph’s, and Vancouver General Hospital. Julian has a strong interest in knowledge translation and quality improvement.
Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of the BC Emergency Medicine Network.
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