Approach to Septic Shock : Surviving Sepsis guidelines ( Managing Septic Shock) : If you are a resident or a student doing critical care rotations, it is important to understand why these Sepsis management guidelines matter so much. If implemented correctly, these guidelines will result in reduced mortality. Most of these guidelines must be performed in the ER in first 2 to 4 hours after patient first presents in the Emergency with suspected Septic Shock
Wireless biosensors and big data analytics can help hospitals identify patients showing signs of sepsis, the leading cause of death in noncoronary intensive care units in the U.S. They can even keep monitoring patients who have been discharged.