Sponsored Webinar: Informing Sepsis Care with Noninvasive Hemodynamic Optimization
Sponsored by Edwards
Patients experiencing sepsis have unique underlying physiology that makes one-size-fits-all treatment protocols challenging. This discussion will cover how unveiling your patient’s hemodynamic profile can help support clinical decision making and support SEP-1 compliance. Learners will hear how noninvasive, continuous blood pressure and hemodynamic monitoring can be easily integrated into workflow through a case study.
This webinar was part of the Sepsis Alliance Clinical Community Sponsor Innovation Day, originally recorded on 3/9/22.
Nurses, physicians, pharmacists, emergency responders, healthcare management teams, and other healthcare staff may benefit.
At the end of the presentation, the attendee should be able to:
- Describe the difference between static and dynamic measures of pressure and flow;
- Identify the hemodynamic building blocks of organ perfusion;
- Explain 2 ways that noninvasive hemodynamic monitoring could improve SEP-1 compliance.
Sepsis Alliance gratefully acknowledges the support provided for this webinar by Edwards Lifesciences.
Ann Peterson, RN, MS, CNS
Associate Manager, Critical Care, Clinical Services Group, Edwards Lifesciences
Ann Peterson RN, MS, CNS supports the Clinical Services Group within Edwards Lifesciences. She partners with hospitals on process improvement projects to impact both clinical and economic outcomes through blending best practice protocols with innovative solutions. Prior to Edwards, Ann served as a Sepsis Coordinator and previously traveled the country facilitating high-fidelity sepsis simulations to over 30 healthcare organizations. Ann’s passion for sepsis care continues to drive her pursuit of avenues in which to strengthen practice and improve outcomes.
No continuing education credits are offered for this sponsor innovation webinar.
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