Hi all–Sorry for the delayed posting, but I just moved to a new apt.
In this episode I rant and rave about why for the most part Emergency Medicine has disappointed me by not doing something about our sick septic patients.
If you are offering aggressive therapy in the ED, then good on you.
Of course everything in this talk stems from River's seminal work: EGDT Study
…but there is more. Don't forget to check out a brief aside (PodCast 14.5), in which I respond to Chris Nickson‘s experience of EGDT in Australia and tell you a bit about the EMCrit Podcast EBM philosophy
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