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26th Annual National Collegiate EMS Conference

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Pediatric Sepsis

Sepsis in pediatric patients is an often-missed clinical presentation that can quickly manifest to a fatal complication. It is often thought that pediatric patients decompensate suddenly. Actually, we just do a bad job of catching subtle cues prior to decompensation. We will discuss ways to determine, early on, if a child is septic and identify ways to treat the patient aggressively before decompensated shock occurs.


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