Q.2
Would you release this patient to return home after you administered the first dose of antibiotics?

Q.6
Regarding Glucose levels, Which of the following medications are you more likely to be administer to a septic patient? *

Q.3
If this patient does not respond to crystalloids, you need to switch to synthetic colloids such as hespan or hetastarch to limit the "third spacing" of fluid, while maintaining blood pressure.

Q.10
If you had the capability, which of the following Labs/Diagnostics would be LEAST helpful during diagnosis and management of sepsis? *

Q.5
Which Ventilation strategy should be used on septic patients? *

Q.1
What sign described in the scenario, tells you as the provider that your patient could be in trouble?

Q.4
Epinephrine or Norepinephrine are vasopressors indicated for septic shock as push dose bumps or as infusions to support blood pressure.

Q.8
Mean Arterial Pressure and Urine Output goals for the septic patient should be: *

Q.9
Which of the following statements regarding sepsis management in PFC is true: *

Q.7
Sepsis treatments include all of the following, Except: *