Cardiovascular Aspects of Septic Shock

Bridges, Elizabeth J.; Dukes, Susan
April 2005
Critical Care Nurse;Apr2005, Vol. 25 Issue 2, p14
Academic Journal
The care of patients with septic shock is exceedingly complex. New therapies and monitoring technologies are being rapidly developed. To create an effective plan of care that integrates these new therapies and technologies, critical care nurses must understand the underlying pathophysiology of septic shock, techniques to accurately monitor patients' status, and the rationale for care.


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