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Septic Shock in Adults: Comprehensive Lecture for Pharmacist – Pre
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2. In this case where is the focus of infection:CorrectIncorrect
Question 2 of 7
5. To treat KT´s underlying infection the ED physician would like to star an antibiotic. Which antibiotic should be initiated to treat KTCorrectIncorrect
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6. To attempt correction of this instability the ED physician would like to star fluid resuscitation for KT. Which IV fluid should be used first to resuscitate KTCorrectIncorrect
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7. KT at this time does not respond to fluids. what is the next that the physician should be administerCorrectIncorrect
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1. KT’s 72 y/o male presenting to the ED with altered mental status, dysuria and hematuria over the last 24 h, current fever of 38 Celsius grade and hypotension with a BP of 70/40, upon initial assessment he has a SOFA score of 2. KT has not received any treatment yet. Lactate is pending. Which of the following is the most appropriate diagnosis for KT at this timeCorrectIncorrect
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3. 51 years old man who has been unwell for the past two days with influenza-like syndrome. Had a witnessed collapse and was brought into the emergency department unconscious. BP 95/72, pulse 117, temperature 35.8, RR 24. His WBC 41000 and lactic acid was 6.2
What is the qSOFA score for this patientCorrectIncorrect
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4. 62 years old-male with comorbidities of congestive heart failure, Diabetes Mellitus and chronic kidney disease (baseline creatinine of 2), who also has a central line, pacemaker and prosthetic right shoulder is admitted to the hospital with shortness of breath.
Initial vital signs and selected laboratory data is as follow:
• Temperature: 101.8
• Blood Pressure 80/50 mm Hg
• Heart Rate 80 bpm
• Respiratory rate 22 bpm
• WBC 17, Cr 4.2
Which of the following will be recommended for initial resuscitation based on current guidelines?CorrectIncorrect