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Sepsis: Systemic inflammatory response syndrome (SIRS) to multiple organ dysfunction syndrome (MODS) และรูปภาพที่เกี่ยวข้องpneumonia guideline ไทย

Sepsis: Systemic inflammatory response syndrome (SIRS) to multiple organ dysfunction syndrome (MODS)
Sepsis: Systemic inflammatory response syndrome (SIRS) to multiple organ dysfunction syndrome (MODS)

pneumonia guideline ไทย และข้อมูลที่เกี่ยวข้อง

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    Referance….DR Marik Dr Levy, Dr Klenner Linus Pauling.

  2. Hello, I've been diagnosed with folliculitis since 2013 caused by staphylococcus infection. I also had furnacles & fear that I may have Sepsis. I heard that this is an uncurable deadly disease & I'm afraid to die from this. I don't know what to do.

  3. I firstly thanks God for having you, secondly I'm really thankful for all your efforts. like What have we done without you khan!

  4. No mention of the patient demographic either: the malady is most common among seasoned individuals, infants, and pregnant women. Also pretty sure there's a second scoring system not covered here.

  5. No mention of the causes of infection? The majority (about 60%) are caused by gram negative bacilli. The next major group is gram positive bacilli.

  6. On Nov 3, 2016, I was told I will not be getting a kidney transplant because I have blood circulation problems. I live in the US.I had sepsis disease, i developed venous statis in which the capillaries pop and my skin darkens on both my legs below my knees and above my ankles.I have a inherited kidney disease as FSGS and minimal change , two kidney disorders. I was diagnosed in 1985. At that time, there was no treatment for me because my blood was normal but I had proteinuria alot of it.My kidney disease didn't really get bad until 2006, then I was referred to a kidney doctor. He prescribed predisone. It didn't work on me. It was supposed to slow down the disease. But my problems befan to appear in 2012, when I started to gain weight, I thought at the time I was eating too much, but I later discovered it was excess water. Because later that year, my legs started to leak water. I actually had to squeeze the water out of my socks and trousers. Then I developed claudication which causes pain on my calf muscles in the back of my legs. I would walk a few steps and they would seize up. I would rest a few moments and the pain would go away. Then walk a few more steps and again experience pain.Then in February 2014, my kidneys finally failed and I was put on haemodialysis. Then I lost circulation in my toes, then gangrene then amputations in May 2014 on my left foot then my left leg below the knee in June 2014Then my big toe on my right leg, on October 2014, and theno the rest of my toes in Nov 2014.By July 2014, I lost 40 liters of of water or 88 pounds of water through haemodialysis.I thought since I had 20 other medical problems besides my 2 kidney disorders that I wouldn't qualify for a kidney transplant. Plus I have 47 chromosomes.But at least, I now know, I won't be getting a kidney.Unless someone invents a cure for poor blood circulation.Not every one who has a chronic kidney disorder will have the kind of problems I have had.recently I was introduced to a herbalist from China by a doctor friend from India, I have to fly from India where I went for the treatment to meet with the herbalist dr sale bashiru in China.just in about 3 months later I was cured of this diseases with herbs and is my email address if you need any further information [email protected]

  7. Can MODS cause ascites with liver failure in sepsis, or is it something else that’s causing swelling, i.e. just the sepsis or other organ disfunction – I don’t really understand the pathophysiology and swelling with septic shock/sepsis? Also can someone please tell me how you can just be diagnosed with septic shock without going through the chronological steps of sepsis? As this happened to my Dear Grandmother last year. How can a doctor tell if it’s a new infection elsewhere, or just the same infection, also how do they know where it is coming from?

  8. Thanks for this information. I'm an RN and it's crazy how you can be taught this so many times and forget to apply it in a clinical setting. My pt was very lethargic and his HR was 140. Did an ECG and he was in sinus rhythm. I didn't know what was causing his change in condition but I spoke with an ICU nurse who looked at his bloodwork and realized his WBCs had been trending down. His last bloodwork was taken 3 days prior. She told me to call the doctor and order new bloodwork because he had chemo 1 week before and he bet that he was septic. Turns out his WBCs were 1,500 and neutrophils were 0.1. I should have known to look at his WBC count as it is part of SIRS! Great learning opportunity for me.

  9. maybe i had sepsis or septicemia weeks ago, my symptoms are chills, fever and vomit, and my leg was swollen twice as big and very red

  10. Why are all the Khan videos so quiet? The volume is always an issue that makes me want to avoid this channel- any other sound that comes through while watching these videos causes a blast of sound because the volume needs to be cranked so high.

  11. I had Sepsis 2 years ago, I was so close not going to ER since I thought it only was a cold or something similar. Turned out I had severe sepsis , if I had not had went I would be dead. When I came there my fever elevated to above 40 c, my oxygen was at 70% and I was puking. Scary stuff. Turned out that I had an abscess in my liver.

  12. This is super helpful ! The way this is drawn and organized and displayed/explained is exactly how I learn best, this is a wonderful teacher! Thank you and please continue to post more of these educational videos for us nursing or healthcare/med students!

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