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Septic Shock (4 stages, Labs, VS, & Physical Assessment) Use my name if you get subscription!

Septic Shock (4 stages, Labs, VS, & Physical Assessment) Use my name if you get subscription!

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Etta James: "I Was Lookin In That Glass And Saw The Reflection Of The Tears That Were Rollin Down My Face..."

Etta James: "I Was Lookin In That Glass And Saw The Reflection Of The Tears That Were Rollin Down My Face..."

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The most common cause of a bacterial pneumonia is Streptococcus pneumoniae. In this form of pneumonia there is usually an abrupt onset of the illness with shaking chills fever and production of a rust-colored sputum. The infection spreads into the blood in 20%-30% of cases (known as sepsis) and if this occurs 20%-30% of these patients die.  Antibiotics often used in the treatment of this type of pneumonia include penicillin amoxicillin and clavulanic acid (Augmentin) and macrolide…

The most common cause of a bacterial pneumonia is Streptococcus pneumoniae. In this form of pneumonia there is usually an abrupt onset of the illness with shaking chills fever and production of a rust-colored sputum. The infection spreads into the blood in 20%-30% of cases (known as sepsis) and if this occurs 20%-30% of these patients die. Antibiotics often used in the treatment of this type of pneumonia include penicillin amoxicillin and clavulanic acid (Augmentin) and macrolide…

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[A]ntibiotic-resistant bacteria cost us millions of dollars in wasted medical funds, and leave our compromised immune systems even more exposed to illness. The answer may seem counterintutitive, but it’s the only way to stop these superbugs: feed our bodies nutrients that will build, not substitute for, our immune systems. Reduce exposure to antibiotics unless it’s absolutely necessary, and get educated about holistic antibiotics that work with, rather than against, our bodies.

[A]ntibiotic-resistant bacteria cost us millions of dollars in wasted medical funds, and leave our compromised immune systems even more exposed to illness. The answer may seem counterintutitive, but it’s the only way to stop these superbugs: feed our bodies nutrients that will build, not substitute for, our immune systems. Reduce exposure to antibiotics unless it’s absolutely necessary, and get educated about holistic antibiotics that work with, rather than against, our bodies.

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image showing screenshot of interactive graphic, showing a man in an intensive care unit with ventilator, feeding tube, IV drip and urinary catheter, and text boxes explaining these treatments

image showing screenshot of interactive graphic, showing a man in an intensive care unit with ventilator, feeding tube, IV drip and urinary catheter, and text boxes explaining these treatments

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71 year old with kidney transplantation who was admitted with severe sepsis, septic shock and purulent bloody urine. Plain abdominal x-ray revealed air-fluid level noted at the urinary bladder. CT scan of the abdomen revealed features of emphysematous cystitis with air noted within the wall of the urinary bladder extending to reach the pelvic veins and seminal vesicles. Air is noted in the renal pelvis and ureter within the right renal transplant.

71 year old with kidney transplantation who was admitted with severe sepsis, septic shock and purulent bloody urine. Plain abdominal x-ray revealed air-fluid level noted at the urinary bladder. CT scan of the abdomen revealed features of emphysematous cystitis with air noted within the wall of the urinary bladder extending to reach the pelvic veins and seminal vesicles. Air is noted in the renal pelvis and ureter within the right renal transplant.

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