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Thank you for saying this. My current hospital pushes 30cc/kilo for patients to be ordered from triage if there is even a hint of sepsis criteria being met, before an adequate HPI/assessment/labs can even be performed.
Great stuff, however how do we actually decide on the amount of fluid? What I got from that talk was plump IVC means no more fluid, but nothing on when to start and how much to give.
When you say "Even transient decreases in the mean arterial pressure (MAP) can lead to organ damage" what are you referencing?
Via Weingart:https://emcrit.org/emcrit/vasopressor-basics/Walsh & Sessler et al.Also Check out: (Intens Care Med 2018;44:811)
Just realized link may not have translated for Walsh ARticle: https://emcrit.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/00000542-201309000-00010.pdf
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