Sunday, September 04, 2011

Severe Sepsis Talk by Emmanuel Rivers (Originally posted in EMCrit Blog)

Early goal directed therapy (EGDT) is a series of targeted treatment measures directed aggressively and as early as possible for the first 6 hours for patients with severe sepsis and septic shock. The EGDT was first conceptualized by Emmanuel Rivers. The EGDT was well known through a landmark paper published in NEJM (looking back, this paper is already 10 years old!):


Rivers E., Nguyen B., Havstad S., et al: Early goal-directed therapy in the treatment of severe sepsis and septic shock. N Engl J Med 345. (19): 1368-1377.2001
EMCrit Blog recently featured Part 1 of a talk by Dr. Rivers on severe sepsis. EMCrit has graciously provided, not just the audio mp3 version of the lecture, but the pdf slide handouts and, best of all, the video mp4 download of the powerpoint slide with lecture. All for FREE download. Please click here for all the FREE downloads.

Embedded below is Part 1 of the talk originally posted in EMCrit.  If you have not subscribed to EMCrit RSS feeds, I would encourage you to do so by clicking on this RSS link. The audio of this Part 1 may be a little soft, but if you connect to a speaker or if you use a headset, that should be clear enough.



Part 2. Original post at http://emcrit.org/podcasts/rivers-sepsis-ii/

Part 3. Original post at http://emcrit.org/podcasts/rivers-sepsis-iii/


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Sister A said...

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