Trauma, Sepsis, Shock – A Pediatric Case Study

  • Skill Levelintermediate
  • Lectures1 Video
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Though a lot of advances were introduced in understanding the pathogenesis of Sepsis, shock, Sepsis remains a significant burden on health care systems globally. read more »»

The advances in framing guidelines for effective management and understanding in the last 20 years exceed anything that has been done before. There has been a significant evolution in the definition, concepts of pathogenesis, and management of Sepsis as well as shock over the last three decades. Sepsis, trauma, shocks are few complications in a child which gets worsen and ultimately lead to death. Are these points more interesting? Then take this webinar to learn more about Sepsis, trauma, shock in a child, its prevailing concepts, challenges, and a lot more upskill your knowledge.

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General practitioners
Primary care physicians
Undergraduate medical students (Interns)
Postgraduate students in medicine
Nurses
Life science graduates
AYUSH graduates

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Medvarsity

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Medvarsity is the pioneer in online medical education and is now Asia’s largest company in the domain with more than 50,000 graduates who have upskilled through the courses offered by the organization and more than 10,000 active learners who are engaged in their online medical courses and contact programs.

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Instructor

Medvarsity

Medvarsity is the pioneer in online medical education


4/5

Medvarsity is the pioneer in online medical education and is now Asia’s largest company in the domain with more than 50,000 graduates who have upskilled through the courses offered by the organization and more than 10,000 active learners who are engaged in their online medical courses and contact programs.

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Last Updated 07/2021

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