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3/10/21grand rounds

grand rounds: Improving response to sepsis

Originally presented on March 10, 2021

Presented by:

Merrilee Cox, MD, MAS, CPE- Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, WSU BSOM; Chief Medical Safety Officer, Pediatric Hospitalist, Dayton Children’s Hospital

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     ​Objectives:

    1. Cite the current definition of pediatric sepsis and the challenges with recognizing pediatric sepsis.
    2. Describe the signs and symptoms of sepsis and their pathophysiology.
    3. Summarize key recommendations on the recognition and management of pediatric sepsis.
    4. Describe processes implemented at Dayton Children’s to improve the rapid recognition and management of pediatric sepsis.    

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