Acute Septic Shock From Routine Ureteroscopy With Laser Lithotripsy

Proposal Number:

MCC-7111 

Proposal Type:

Medically Challenging Case Report Poster 

Author:

Sameer Goel  
Virginia Commonwealth University Health Systems

Abstract:

Diagnosis and treatment of sepsis is an area of medicine that is continually evolving and actively studied. One concept that is crucial for successful treatment of sepsis is minimal time from diagnosis to onset of treatment. Research and clinical work done for the "Surviving Sepsis Campaign" have emphasized the importance of timing with the "Hour-1 Bundle." This case demonstrates the importance of interdisciplinary communication and team-based medical management in order to successfully resuscitate patients from septic shock. Moreover, this case illustrates the leadership role anesthesia providers must take during the post-operative period to not only identify early signs of sepsis but also begin its treatment.

Professional Category:

Resident/Trainee

Keywords:

General
Other - Emergent Care

Surviving-Sepsis-Campaign-Hour-1-Bundle.pdf
 

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  Reference
1. SSC Guidelines. (n.d.). Retrieved July 07, 2019, from http://www.survivingsepsis.org/Guidelines/Pages/default.aspx
2. D√ľnser MW, Mayr AJ, Ulmer H, et al. The effects of vasopressin on systemic hemodynamics in catecholamine-resistant septic and postcardiotomy shock: a retrospective analysis. Anesth Analg. 2001;93(1):7-13.