Sepsis Guidelines Resources Available

The 46th Critical Care Congress announced the release of the updated Surviving Sepsis Campaign guidelines (available in both Critical Care Medicine and Intensive Care Medicine).

Since Congress, various new resources related to the guidelines and sepsis care have become available:

If you were unable to attend this Congress session, you can see what you missed by watching Critical Connections Live: New Guidelines for the Management of Sepsis and Septic Shock, which brings you the full session along with commentary after the broadcast. Also available are the Surviving Sepsis guidelines presentation slides.

In the newly available iCritical Care podcast n the newly available iCritical Care podcast SCCM Pod-336 Surviving Sepsis Campaign Guidelines: 2016 Update, Ludwig Lin, MD, speaks with Mitchell M. Levy, MD, MCCM, about the release of the updated Surviving Sepsis Campaign guidelines.

Members and nonmembers alike can access the SCCM guidelines for free by downloading the Guidelines App. The new sepsis guidelines can also be found on the Surviving Sepsis Campaign App.

The Society of Critical Care Medicine has endorsed the Statement on Maternal Sepsis released by the World Health Organization.

For additional resources related to the guidelines and sepsis care, check out the list below and visit www.survivingsepsis.org:

• 2016 Surviving Sepsis Campaign Guidelines Presentation
• A Users’ Guide to the 2016 Surviving Sepsis Guidelines
Critical Care Medicine
Intensive Care Medicine
• Surviving Sepsis Guidelines: A Continuous Move Toward Better Care of Patients With Sepsis
JAMA Viewpoint
• Management of Sepsis and Septic Shock
JAMA Clinical Guidelines Synopsis
• Practice guidelines as implementation science: the journal editorsʼ perspective
Critical Care Medicine
Intensive Care Medicine