Echo-Guided Esmolol Administration in Septic Patient

This week we have a special treat: Terren Trott, MD.

Terren is an ICU/EM physician who is going to talk to us about something very interesting: Using your bedside ultrasound to decide when to give your patient esmolol when they’re in septic shock.  This is something that is the bleeding edge of critical care, and involves the diagnosis of functional LVOT obstruction that can occur in some patients with septic shock.  Check it out!

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