Pharmacology of Sepsis and Septic Shock

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Course Credit: 1 hour

Learning Objectives:

  • Review the pharmacologic profile of medications utilized in the resuscitation of patients with sepsis and septic shock
  • Understand the core principles in the approach to antimicrobial therapy for septic patients
  • Design individualized medication therapy regimens for septic patients
  • Apply knowledge of evidence-based practices to a patient case
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AuthorJill Logan, PharmD, BCPS
@EMPharm
Emergency Medicine Pharmacist, University of Maryland Medical Center
AuthorAdam Spaulding, PharmD, BCPS
@PharmERAtom
Emergency Medicine Pharmacist, Boston Medical Center
ReviewerCraig Cocchio, PharmD, BCPS
@iEMPharmD
Emergency Medicine Pharmacist, Trinity Mother Frances Hospital
ReviewerMichael Winters, MD, FAAEM, FACEP
@critcareguys
Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine and Internal Medicine, University of Maryland
Lead EditorBryan Hayes, PharmD, FAACT
@pharmertoxguy
Emergency Medicine Pharmacist, Clinical Associate Professor; University of Maryland

20 thoughts on “Pharmacology of Sepsis and Septic Shock”

  1. this is really great. i just had a couple of interns asking me for this exact resource a few weeks ago — i had to direct them to multiple different sites — you managed to bring it all together in a very effective manner. impressive and inspiring.

  2. Nicola Gresham

    This was a great module, and a helpful glimpse in to the treatment of sepsis. I think the tests are super for putting the learning in to context. Thank you!

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