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Sepsis CALF Sheet: University of Pittsburgh Medical Center

A tool from the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center. When sepsis is suspected, use this form to assure
completion of sepsis bundle interventions.


Surviving Sepsis Campaign Hour-1 Bundle Teaching Slides

The Surviving Sepsis Campaign Hour-1 Bundle Teaching Slides outline the process and details for implementing the Hour-1 Bundle.


International critical care nursing considerations and quality indicators for the 2017 surviving sepsis campaign guidelines

A letter to the editor published in Intensive Care Medicine describing the role of the nurse in sepsis care.


A Matter of Life and Death: How States Are Tackling Sepsis as Public Policy

Anthony Fiore, MD, MPH, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Chief of the Epidemiology Research and Innovations Branch, Division of Healthcare Quality Promotion, is featured in a new Association of State and Territorial Health Officials (ASTHO) Public Health Review podcast episode, A Matter of Life and Death: How States Are Tackling Sepsis as Public Policy.


Surviving Sepsis Campaign Releases First Guidelines for Sepsis in Children

This article was originally published in the Spring 2020 Issue of Critical Conectionns. The Surviving Sepsis Campaign (SCC) in February released its first guidelines for pediatric patients with sepsis, marking a new milestone in the initiative’s mission to improve sepsis care and save lives.


Surviving Sepsis Collaborative Stories

Raeann M. Fuller, CCRN, MSN, RN, CNML, and Steven Simpson, MD, discuss their experience as members of the Surviving Sepsis Campaign Collaborative.


A Global Solution for Sepsis

This session was presented during the Society of Critical Care Medicine’s (SCCM) 47th Critical Care Congress. Flavia R. Machado, MD, PhD, discusses the current limitations of our knowledge of sepsis incidence and mortality rates as well as major disparities in sepsis care around the world. She proposes interventions for reducing sepsis incidence and improving sepsis outcomes worldwide.


Angelica Hale: SCCM ICU Heros Award Winner

ICU Heroes Award Winner Angelica Hale performs When You Believe by Whitney Houston.


Controversies in the Early Detection and Treatment of Sepsis

This session was presented during the Society of Critical Care Medicine’s (SCCM) 47th Critical Care Congress.


Surviving Sepsis Campaign: Research Priorities for Sepsis and Septic Shock

A special article published in the August 2018 issue of Critical Care Medicine by members of the Surviving Sepsis Campaign Research Committee. 


The Surviving Sepsis Campaign: research priorities for the administration, epidemiology, scoring and identification of sepsis

An article published in the July 2021 issue of Intensive Care Medicine Experimental by members of the Surviving Sepsis Campaign Research Committee. 


The Surviving Sepsis Campaign: Fluid Resuscitation and Vasopressor Therapy Research Priorities in Adult Patients

An article published in the April 2021 issue of Critical Care Medicine by members of the Surviving Sepsis Campaign Research Committee. The article was also published in the March 2021 issue of Intensive Care Medicine Experimental.
 


The Surviving Sepsis Campaign: Basic/Translational Science Research Priorities

A special article published in the August 2020 issue of Critical Care Medicine by members of the Surviving Sepsis Campaign Research Committee. 
 


Surviving Sepsis Campaign: Research Opportunities for Infection and Blood Purification Therapies

A review article published in the September 2021 issue of Critical Care Explorations by members of the Surviving Sepsis Campaign Research Committee. 


Surviving Sepsis Campaign Guidelines 2021

Critical Care Medicine: October 4, 2021


Surviving Sepsis Campaign Releases 2021 Adult Sepsis Guidelines

Updated global adult sepsis guidelines, released by the Surviving Sepsis Campaign (SSC), place an increased emphasis on improving the care of sepsis patients after they are discharged from the intensive care unit (ICU) and represent greater geographic and gender diversity than previous versions. The updated guidelines are especially important today, as many who are seriously ill with COVID-19 are particularly vulnerable to sepsis.
 


Early Identification of Sepsis: The Journey Since the Sepsis on the Wards Collaborative

This article was first published in the August 2019 issue of Critical Connections. AdventHealth Shawnee Mission in Shawnee Mission, Kansas, USA, had a unique opportunity to impact the care provided to patients with sepsis in partnership with the Surviving Sepsis Campaign’s (SSC) Sepsis on the Wards Collaborative. Three years later, building on this foundation, processes are still being streamlined to improve the care of this challenging population.


Sepsis Standard Work: Improving Compliance with Early Recognition and Management of Perinatal Sepsis

Leading sepsis experts discuss the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's (CDC) recent sepsis Vital Signs and protocols for early recognition of maternal sepsis. This webinar was hosted by the CDC in partnership with the Society of Critical Care Medicine, the American Nurses Association, and the Association of Women's Health, Obstetric & Neonatal Nurses.


Empowering Nurses for Early Sepsis Recognition

Leading sepsis experts discuss the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's (CDC) recent sepsis Vital Signs and protocols for early recognition of maternal sepsis. This webinar features an overview of CDC's sepsis Vital Signs report, a discussion on expanding sepsis early recognition, an overview of a pilot of sepsis early recognition, and lessons learned from implementing sepsis screening on hospital wards.


Advances in Sepsis: Protecting Patients Throughout the Lifespan

Leading sepsis experts discuss the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's (CDC) recent sepsis Vital Signs and protocols for early recognition of maternal sepsis. This webinar discusses sepsis in acute care settings, septic shock guidelines for pediatrics, as well as sepsis in post-acute and long-term care settings.