Sepsis Update for the Pregnant Patient


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Dr. Louis Pacheco explains why sepsis continues to be the most frequent cause of death in intensive care units. He presents why the mortality rate is 30% for severe sepsis and up to 50% for septic shock.

Target Audience:

All medical staff practitioners who provide care to patients with sepsis or are working in an intensive care unit.

Educational objectives:
Upon completion of this activity, participants should be able to:

  • Discuss the definition and pathophysiology of sepsis
  • Know the latest therapeutic interventions in the management of severe sepsis
  • Acknowledge the applications and limitations of such therapies in the pregnant patient




Luis Pacheco

Luis Pacheco, MD

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