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Fluid Resuscitation and Sepsis
This session will present evidence-based fluid management strategies for adult and pediatric patients with sepsis and septic shock. Recommendations for fluid resuscitation, stabilization and maintenance will be discussed. The latest Surviving Sepsis Campaign guidelines for fluid resuscitation will be reviewed.

Mar 28, 2019 2:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Heath Latham, MD, FCCP
Associate Professor of Medicine Division of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine @University of Kansas Medical Center
Dr. Latham completed his MD degree in 2001 at the University of Kansas Medical School and then completed Internal Medicine Residency and a Fellowship in Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine in 2008. He has been on faculty since 2008 and promoted to Associate Professor in 2013. Dr. Latham is the program director for the Pulmonary and Critical Care Fellowship. His time is primarily spent in clinical service and educating students, residents, and fellows in the clinical setting. The majority of his time involves working with the Pulmonary and Critical Care medicine fellows in the medical intensive care unit, on inpatient pulmonary consults, and in the outpatient pulmonary clinic. Dr. Latham has specific clinical interests in Sepsis, Shock, COPD, non-invasive hemodynamic monitoring, and chronic cough as well as research interests in hemodynamic monitoring and resuscitation of shock.
Mark Piehl, MD
Pediatric Intensivist @WakeMed Children's Hospital
Dr. Piehl is a pediatric intensivist at WakeMed Children's Hospital in Raleigh, NC, and Founder and Chief Medical Officer of 410 Medical, a company focused on improving resuscitation in shock, sepsis, and trauma. Mark served as Medical Director of the WakeMed Children's Hospital and Director of Pediatrics at WakeMed Physician Practices from 2009 to 2015. Mark also serves as Medical Advisor for WakeMed Mobile Pediatric Critical Care transport team, and teaches frequently on the pre-hospital management of critically ill children. Mark has faculty appointments in the Departments of Pediatrics at the University of North Carolina and Duke University. He received his BA from Davidson, and his MD and Masters of Public Health from UNC Chapel Hill. He trained in pediatrics, internal medicine, and pediatric critical care at UNC.