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Sepsis Management in the Emergency Department

Source
Nursing Clinics of North America
Year of publication
2020
Abstract
Sepsis is a deadly and costly condition, but effectively managing sepsis in the emergency department (ED) can help to improve patient outcomes. A key part of sepsis management is improving compliance with sepsis bundles, which can be challenging in the ED setting. Bedside nurses in the ED have a unique opportunity to facilitate early identification and treatment of patients with sepsis, which increases sepsis bundle compliance and improves patient outcomes. Interventions reviewed in this article can help to improve early identification and treatment, along with ways to standardize care, provide education, and implement feedback. 
Date added
26/03/2020
Created by
Sarah Thomas
Published by
Current Awareness Service for Health