Septic shock – new and improved approaches
Septic shock is one of the most challenging conditions we face, in which patient morbidity and mortality is high. But how can we improve management and outcome in these patients? How much fluids do we need to give? What antibiotics are the best? What is the best vasopressor and when to use this? This lecture will cover the new surviving sepsis human guidelines, and how to apply these guidelines to our critically ill veterinary patients to improve patient outcome.
Recording from 06.09.2017
Duana McMride BVSc MANZCVSc MRCVS
Duana McBride graduate from the University of Sydney, Australia in 2004 with a Bachelor of Veterinary Science, where she developed an interest in Emergency and Critical Care Medicine. After several years in general practice and referral emergency practice, she endeavoured to pursue her dreams by undertaking a residency program at Murdoch University, Australia, which was completed in 2013. She obtained her diploma with the American College of Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care in 2013, alongside a Masters in Veterinary Medical Science (Murdoch University). In 2013, Duana joined the Emergency and Critical Care Medicine team at the Royal Veterinary College in the United Kingdom, where she developed a passion in clinical teaching and continued her research in coagulation. She now works in private referral practice, continuing her interests in fluid therapy, coagulation, acid-base/electrolytes, and cardiopulmonary resuscitation.