Adult Critical Care Series:Metabolic Dysfunction

Course content will cover the interconnected endothelial and hormonal pathways that exist in endocrine disorders, shock states, infectious disease and acute abdominal organ dysfunction.

Case studies are used to explore the impact on specific organ systems and discuss related treatment options..

The following are links to pdf copies of the content presented in Adult Critical Care Series: Metabolic Dysfunction. To view the material presented, click on "Click to view" next to the session material you would like to see.

NOTE: You will need to type in the password given to you during the symposium to view the documents.

Metabolic Dysfunction Materials Links

Session

Materials

Diabetic Emergencies: Glucose Highs and Lows in ICU pdf

by Marina Bassina, MD, Diabetologist, Stanford University Medical Center

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Delirium in ICU: A Metabolic Disease pdf

by Jose Maldonado, MD, FAPM, Associate Professor Psychiatry, Stanford University Medical Center

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Acute Kidney Injury in the ICU pdf

by Kevin Erickson MD, Nephrologist, Stanford University Medical Center

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Critical Care Nutrition: Evidence Based Practice Guidelines pdf

by Mary E. Lough, RN, PhD, CCRN, CNRN, CCNS
Critical Care CNS, Stanford Hospital and Clinics

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Sepsis: Evidence Based Assessment and Management pdf

byMary E. Lough, RN, PhD, CCRN, CNRN, Critical Care CNS, Stanford Hospital and Clinics

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  • Severe Sepsis Chart Review data collection tool
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Personal Experience Being a Critically Ill Patient In the ICU: A View from the Other Side pdf

by Daniel Shin MD, Infectious Diseases Specialist, El Camino Hospital

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