Posts Tagged ‘new cough’

The Final Nail in Early Goal Directed Therapy’s Coffin?

Posted by • March 24th, 2015

You are called to evaluate Ms. Smith urgently.  She reports several days of progressive malaise, weakness and a new cough. On your exam she is tachycardic, tachypneic and febrile.  You diagnose Ms. Smith with sepsis and explain the importance of quickly treating this life-threatening condition.  In the United States, situations like this—presentations leading to the… Read More…