GE Sponsored Webinar: Can We Help 'Solve' Sepsis Together? Biomarkers: We Just Need to be Better Listeners
Part of GE Healthcare's "Can We Help 'Solve' Sepsis Together?" webinar series
The human body has evolved to have a system of biomarker messengers and we just need to be better listeners. This pre-recorded webinar will explore the value of what biomarkers can tell us about the deteriorating patient. Dr. Eric Gluck will give his insights into how the right biomarkers can improve antimicrobial stewardship, leading to the right antibiotics, at the right time.
This course was originally recorded on 9/18/19.
All healthcare providers
At the end of the course, the learner will be able to:
- Identify the values of different biomarkers as they relate to treatment and antimicrobial stewardship
- Restate how biomarkers can help reduce readmission
Sepsis Alliance gratefully acknowledges the support provided by GE Healthcare for this webinar.
Eric Gluck, MD
Pulmonologist, Swedish Covenant Hospital
Dr. Eric Gluck has been practicing medicine for over 30 years. He is board certified in Critical Care and Internal Medicine, and his specialties include Critical Care and Pulmonary Disease. As a critical care specialist, Dr. Gluck provides life-saving care for patients in critical condition who are usually cared for in intensive care units. Dr. Gluck has been awarded Regional Top Doctor (Castle Connolly, 2014) and Fellow with the American College of Critical Care Medicine. (FCCM)
Director of Acute Care Commercial Marketing, GE Healthcare
Tom moderates the GE webinars. He is the Co-Author of "Technical Marketing Communications," a college textbook on strategy and tactics.
No continuing education is offered for this sponsored webinar.
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