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Episódio 111: Polêmicas da Sepse - Atualizações

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Joanne, Pedro e João trazem mais uma versão do Polêmicas do Sepse, logo depois da nova publicação do Surviving Sepsis! Nesse episódio mencionamos:

1) Escolha e tempo de antibioticoterapia

2) Qual solução para expansão volêmica e a quantidade necessária

3) Qual droga vasoativa realizar e como fazer

E por último, a indicação de bicarbonato na sepse! 


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