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Sepsis induced hypotension, multiple organs affected - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Doctor :   hi
Doctor :   how can i help you?
User :   my father age 70 had CAbg on 7th march post he is sufferig from Sepsis
Doctor :   ok
User :   ther are multiple organisms that have affetced
User :   currently it is pseudomonas in blood
Doctor :   ok
User :   need to know if there is any mechanism to prevent further infections
Doctor :   sepsis is usually treated
Doctor :   with intravenous fliuds and antibiotics
Doctor :   fluid replacement is given to help maintain the blood pressure
Doctor :   but if it doesnt
Doctor :   then drugs has to be given to
Doctor :   such as vasopressor drugs
User :   he normally mantain the ABP of above 70+, with intermittent support of Norad or fluid
Doctor :   is he diabetic
User :   NOPE
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   good

Doctor :   multiple organs are affected because of sepsis induced hypotension
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