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Category: Sepsis

SCCM Pod-326 Surviving Sepsis Campaign: Creating Spread for Quality Improvement

Ludwig Lin, MD, speaks with Jane Taylor, Ed.D, about quality improvement science and her contributions to the Surviving Sepsis Campaign.

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SCCM Pod-320 Impact of Sepsis Classification and Multidrug-Resistance Status on Outcome Among Patients Treated With Appropriate Therapy

Margaret Parker, MD, MCCM, speaks with Marin H. Kollef, MD, about the article, “Impact of Sepsis Classification and Multidrug-Resistance Status on Outcome Among Patients Treated With Appropriate Therapy,” published in Critical Care Medicine.

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SCCM Pod-314 Sepsis Redefined: Why Do We Need a New Definition?

Margaret Parker, MD, MCCM, speaks with Clifford S. Deutschman, MD, FCCM, about his talk, “Sepsis Redefined: Why Do We Need a New Definition?” presented at the 2016 Critical Care Congress in Orlando, Florida.

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SCCM Pod-311 New Sepsis Definitions: An In-Depth Interview with Craig Coopersmith

The Society of Critical Care Medicine’s Immediate Past-President, Craig Coopersmith, MD, FACS, FCCM, discusses the new sepsis definitions published in JAMA and unveiled during the 45th Critical Care Congress.

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SCCM Pod-300 Timing of Death in Children Referred for Intensive Care with Severe Sepsis

Margaret Parker, MD, MCCM, speaks with Mirjana Cvetkovic, FRCA, about the article, “Timing of Death in Children Referred for Intensive Care with Severe Sepsis: Implications for Interventional Studies,” published in the June 2015 issue of Pediatric Critical Care Medicine.

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SCCM Pod-263 44th Critical Care Congress: Nursing’s Role in Screening Ward Patients for Sepsis

Ludwig H. Lin, MD, speaks with Patricia Posa RN, BSN, MSA, FAAN, System Performance Improvement Leader at Saint Joseph Mercy Hospital in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Dr. Posa shares her insights into the role of nursing staff in sepsis screening and discusses the benefits and challeng...

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SCCM Pod-251 Pediatric Severe Sepsis in U.S. Children’s Hospitals

Margaret Parker, MD, MCCM, speaks with Fran Balamuth, MD, PhD, about the article, “Pediatric Severe Sepsis in U.S. Children’s Hospitals,” published in Pediatric Critical Care Medicine.

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SCCM Pod-246 Interaction Between Fluids and Vasoactive Agents on Mortality in Septic Shock

Todd Fraser, MD, speaks with Allan Garland, MD, about the article, “Interaction Between Fluids and Vasoactive Agents on Mortality in Septic Shock: A Multicenter, Observational Study,” published in Critical Care Medicine.

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SCCM Pod-229: Lifetime Achievement Award, Sepsis Research

Michael Weinstein, MD, FACS, FCCP, speaks with Mitchell P. Fink, MD, FCCM, who is the recipient of the Society of Critical Care Medicine’s Lifetime Achievement Award; he discusses his background in critical care as well as his research endeavors in sepsis in addition to the fu...

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SCCM Pod-227 Highlights from the Surviving Sepsis Campaign Guidelines

Jeffrey Guy, MD, MSc, MMHC, speaks with R. Phillip Dellinger, MD, MCCM, co-chair of the updated Surviving Sepsis Campaign Guidelines.

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SCCM Pod-214 CCM: Benchmarking Severe Sepsis

Michael Weinstein, MD, FACS, FCCP, speaks with David F. Gaieski, MD, lead author on an article published in the May Critical Care Medicine titled, “Benchmarking the Incidence and Mortality of Severe Sepsis in the United States.”

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SCCM Pod-213 Implementing the Surviving Sepsis Campaign Guidelines

Jeffrey Guy, MD, MSc, MMHC, speaks with Christa A. Schorr, RN, MSN, FCCM, about implementing the Surviving Sepsis Campaign (SSC) guidelines.

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SCCM Pod-185 PCCM: Defining Pediatric Sepsis

Margaret Parker, MD, FCCM, associate podcast editor, speaks with Denise M. Goodman, MD, MS, about her article published in the July Pediatric Critical Care Medicine, “Defining Pediatric Sepsis by Different Criteria: Discrepancies in Populations and Implications for Clinical Pr...

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SCCM Pod-163 PCCM: Central ECMO Leads to Better Survival in Children

Graeme MacLaren, MD, FCCM, is the lead author on an article published in the March Pediatric Critical Care Medicine titled, “Central Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation for Refractory Pediatric Septic Shock.”

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SCCM Pod-152 CCM: Implementing Real-Time Computerized Sepsis Alerts

Marin H. Kollef, MD,discusses an article published in the March 2011 Critical Care Medicine titled, “Implementation of a Real-Time Computerized Sepsis Alerts In Nonintensive Care Unit Patients.”

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SCCM Pod-148 Adjunctive Corticosteroid Therapy in Pediatric Sepsis

Jerry J. Zimmerman, MD, PhD, FCCM, discusses his article published in the January Pediatric Critical Care Medicine, titled “Adjunctive Corticosteroid Therapy in Pediatric Severe Sepsis: Observations From the RESOLVE.”

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SCCM Pod-118 PCCM: HLH and Sepsis

Leticia Castillo, MD, FCCM, discusses an article published in Pediatric Critical Care Medicine, “Secondary HLH and Severe Sepsis/Systemic Inflammatory Response Syndrome/Multiorgan Dysfunction Syndrome/Macrophage Activation Syndrome Share Common Intermediate Phenotypes on a Spe...

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SCCM Pod-117 CCM: Public Awareness and Perception of Sepsis

Margaret Parker, MD, FCCM, discusses her article published in the January 2009 issue of Critical Care Medicine, titled “An International Survey: Public Awareness and Perception of Sepsis.”

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SCCM Pod-69 2007 Congress Special: Epinephrine Versus Norepinephrine for Septic Shock

Djillali Annane, MD, discusses a study on epinephrine versus norepinephrine for septic shock he presented during the 36th Critical Care Congress.

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SCCM Pod-51 SCCM Members Launch Major Sepsis Study

Derek Angus, MD, MPH, discusses a new, multicenter research consortium, called Protocolized Care for Early Septic Shock (ProCESS).

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