Understand Shock and Sepsis causes, diagnosis, and treatment with this easy to follow medical review by Dr. Seheult.
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KYLE ROUNTREE, NP
USAMA ABOELKHEIR , MD
JO MYERS, PA-C
MICHAEL STERN , NP
I think more information on the abx treatment for sepsis , specifically the plan for identifying a source and the guidelines for initial empirical treatment
DEANNA WHITEHORN (NP Student)
Very good lesson
SONIA ARCHER, Pharmacist
DIANNE DECK, NP
ROSSETTE TOBIASBARR, RN
KYLE LAUDENSLAGER, RN
KYLE LAUDENSLAGER, RN
DENNIS JONES, PA-C
MOMINA RAHMAN, MD
MANYARA NZARA, RN
Difficult concept but explained with clarity... thank you!
MATT CALVERT, Paramedic
JORGE GOMEZ, MD
AMANY ELFAKHRANY, MD
Very interesting and valuable course
NICOLE THURMAN, RN
I loved this lecture!! You truly helped me understand shock and sepsis as well as how to treat them. I feel more confident now-thanks you!
great like always, make it easy to understand
HYUNWOOK KIM, MD
ALI ALBALWI, MD
KATRIN KIRST (Nursing Student)
Clear, concentrated, easy to understand, basic knowledge you should know.
RAQUEL VELAZQUEZ, NP
I liked the simple inclusion and explanation of the types of info tropes used in the management to septic shock as well as the relevance of SvO2.
JULIE SIM, RN
even if you think you have a good grasp on shock, watch this!! I now have a clear understanding of the different types of shock and a better understanding of how to recognize and treat each
BENJAMIN FARREN (Nursing Student)
AMY BADER TAKES (NP Student)
AMY BURKE, RN
Love that "light going on in your head moment" when the puzzle pieces slot into place. Thank you. Great lectures.
HARRY KAHNE, Pharmacist
LEONID BRODSKY, MD
MARK GETTINGS, Paramedic
PHOSAKUFA MGIBA, MD
HAILEY GARRISON, NP
TANCHANOK SINGNARK, MD
It's explained really well and easy to understand
KANDI MIRANDA, RN
IOANNIS KOUSLIS, MD
DAVID WARREN, MD
NORTEL HEMMINGS, RN
simplicity at its best. Great visuals
NATASHA GOMES, MD
Well explained. Thank you!
HAZIM YASIN, MD
JENNIFER KLEPETKA, Pharmacist
NATALIE GERZANICH, PA
Great explanation of sepsis! Thanks for clearing it up for me.
RICHARD BENIAN, Dentist
JERRY HODAPP, RN
Very clear drawings and explanations.
AUDREY FOSTER-LEWIS, RN
SONIA SMITH, RN
Loved this course! Very clearly explained.
KHAING THITSAR, MD
GENTI MULLA, MD
Simply and clear!
AMBER FULLER, NP
VALERIE CHANG, PA-C
Very helpful, I am a subscriber. Thank you.
Excellent, easy to follow & understand...... Thank you
Best cut-to-the-chase unambiguous presentation. Walk away knowing the pearls.
DELIA BERINDE, MD
PENNY BREWER (Nursing Student)
PATEL DARSHNA, MD
PATEL DARSHNA, MD
SARAH TSO, RN
JOEL GEESEY, EMT
Good. Just questioning the comment of Normal Saline always being the best remedy for low volume. In hemorrhagic shock consider the lethal triad and that NS has a ph of approx. 5.5 whereas LR has a ph of 6.5. This may be negligible in the hospital setting but merits consideration in the pre hospital setting.
TUYET TRAN, RN
Like other videos, this is great explanation, straight to the point, concise, and easy to understand. Thanks so much.
HELEN DORLING (Nursing Student)
HILDA PIZON, RN
Excellent explanation. thank you
BERNARD ONYENZE, Pharmacist
ZAHRA HASSAN, Pharmacist
BERNARD O’FLYNN, MD
Simple clear and useful.
ANGELA ROSATI, RN
CHARLOTTE EVANS, RN
MATTHEW APEDO, MD
THYAGO VIEIRA, Paramedic
BRITT LYNN, Paramedic
DR KARNAM, MD
Shock in a nutshell.....students love the way your explain. I took this to the nurses too and they loved it. Nice work
VANESSA LOPES, MD
First time I understand shock so clearly! I'll never look at it the same way. Thank you!
GERRY PRIETO (Medical Student)
ANISA DELISULA, Pharmacist
Well done. This greatly improved my understanding of the three types of shock we the appropriate therapy.
Thank you. This was a really big help
ANURADHA JAMES, NP
Explained simply & clearly for quick review
CHRISTIAN HERNANDEZ, EMT
Of course - clearly explained
JUAN RAMIREZ, MD
ALEXEI CHERNIAVSKY, MD
OCTAVIO JOHAN GARCíA MONTES, MD
Excellent lecture We need more lectures about shoosing different type of pressors/Ionotropes/Chronotropes
good simple explanation. very helpful
Easy to understand!
I love how easily this topic was discussed. I think other types of shock such as anaphylactic and neurogenic should be reviewed as well.
Great, simple discussion for shock/sepsis
very simple & clear. thanks alot.
Really clear and easy to understand...thank you.
Love it, finally a lecture that makes shock clear and simple
Great course!! Very clear explanations!
Thank you for explaining it precisely to the point and very good methodology .
Great tutorial. Well explained concepts. Thank you.
- Over 20 years teaching experience including: as an exam preparation instructor and an assistant professor of medicine.
- Experience as a medical director for both a Southern California Physician Assistant Program and a Respiratory Therapy Program.
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