Shock and Sepsis Treatment Explained Clearly

Understand the treatment for shock (cardiogenic, hypovolemic, and septic) and sepsis with this clear explanation from Dr. Seheult. This is video 2 of 2 on shock and sepsis.

Speaker: Roger Seheult, MD
Clinical and Exam Preparation Instructor
Board Certified in Internal Medicine, Pulmonary Disease, Critical Care, and Sleep Medicine.

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40 thoughts on “Shock and Sepsis Treatment Explained Clearly”

  1. priyanka Shivanand says:

    very good and simple way of explanation, u stated that for the EGDT is given within 6hrs, i would like to know the duration of observation before the next line of treatment with this period…dental student here

  2. Yousra Sen says:

    thank you so much doctor
    it really helps me ☺

  3. MedicEne says:

    Thank you so much quick question why is he low sv02 pronounced in septic shock? Wouldn't it be present in all shock ?

  4. Vipera Palestina says:

    You are awesome.

  5. Jintana Clements says:

    I read in an article awhile ago and it said one of the treatments for septic shock is to give steroid. Is that right and why?

  6. insanicmind says:

    really nice videos . explained clearly tag serves its purpose. thanks . and what kind of software is used to make such videos ? really nice

  7. Lee Romeo says:

    This is so ****ing logical that make my blood burns, so excited to hear all these, thankyou very much doctor!

  8. williammpua says:

    When do we start fluid resuscitation? Should we start it once the heart rate is fast or only when the BP is low?

  9. Mustafa says:

    I have one comment and correct me if I am wrong.
    I read once that giving blood in septic shock showed increase in mortality.

  10. labatpeter says:

    Thank You so much Dr Seheult , Your efforts to transmit the medical knowledge in a simplified and palatable matter is outstanding .!!

  11. ado sigrist says:

    great videos!!!! can you do urosepsis!??! i would highly appreciate it.. thanks :-)

  12. Robyn Nordeen says:

    I may have already commented, but I'm watching again – VERY well done, easy to understand — so so so helpful !-Grateful Nursing Student.

  13. WildtuinMichael says:

    You say that decreased vO2 sat is an important finding in septic shock. But actually you'd see the same thing in cardiogenic (and maybe hypovolemic?) shock. In all cases the organs get less blood/oxygen than they need, so they will extract more, leading to lower vO2 levels.

  14. Peter Daza says:

    Thank you!

  15. Flare says:

    great explanation ,you have made it easy for me . thanks so much.

  16. cleothello says:

    Thank you SO MUCH medcram. I've been reading and trying to understand for hours but short few minutes of watching this video was just enlightening, everything just makes sense!

  17. 1fineRT says:

    Another outstanding lecture! We are so fortunate to be living at a time when information and undertanding is so easy and cheap to obtain, thanks to people like you. This was not the case 25 to 30 years ago when you had to travel great distances and spend large sums of money to achieve the same result.

  18. Ali Al-Ani says:

    Amazing and easy to understand! ,
    thank you

  19. Yeng Apa-Alba says:

    Thank you very much for sharing your knowledge. I really appreciate your intelligence and most especially your generosity to share what you know. I learned a lot from this video. Thank you. Wish you all the best in life.

  20. Pau PaU says:

    sir do you have the bhor effect explanation?? tnx u

  21. Ted Heath says:

    thank you so much for your insight reference messaging scar tissue…… it was better in a day …… great work !!!!!

  22. Helen Zz says:

    thank you!

  23. Akhilu mon says:

    hey ,if anyone else trying to find out cure tennis elbow naturally try Jaffacter Elbow Treater Coach ( search on google ) ? Ive heard some interesting things about it and my co-worker got excellent success with it.

  24. Qusay Noory says:

    Hi , two times the Dr give me injection in tennis elbow location, I feeling to much pen
    So what can i do please help me

  25. Normen Radvany says:

    Hi! I would like to ask I have problem with my elbow inside. I do rock climbing since January. Can I use this advice for inside edge elbow injury too. I also have A2 pulley injury in my finger. I'm not climbing three weeks already but it is still same bad. Thank you!

  26. Adrit Das says:

    Hey I like your video, particularly your advice in the second half about tennis elbow treatment cure
    . A product I also found helpfull for tennis elbow pain treatment
    is panlarko tennis elbow planner – if anyone wants to know more search on google

  27. Adrit Das says:


  28. Razerer says:

    Hello gentlemen and thank you so much for making this video !! I've been having pain in my elbow area for 10 days now that kept me away from the gym. Luckily, I found your video. I started massaging the area that you're showing in the video last night for about 40 minutes and today I already feel less pain in the elbow. The area that I massaged last night feels sore now, but hopefuly the soreness will go away soon. Do you guys think my elbow will be 100% healed anytime soon? Should I keep massaging that area every day ? Thank you so much once again, you earned yourselfs a new subscriber to your channel.

  29. Galatians 2:20 says:

    Thanks for the great tip. I was massaging mine the wrong way. Great video 👍🏾👍🏾

  30. mahmoud abdel samea says:

    Thank you for this explanation has greatly benefited

  31. eva martin says:

    I've been investigating ways to treat tennis elbow and found an awesome resource at Freds Elbow Helper (look it up on google)

  32. Nayaba Rath says:

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  33. Lob Gen says:

    hallo it go an elbow pain and its an tennis elbow for almost a week and today morning i got an red round spot on my elbow what is that sir.

  34. Chitra Giri says:

    hi everyone ,if anyone else wants to discover best tennis elbow relief try Pycanta Elbow Relief Protocol (do a search on google ) ? Ive heard some incredible things about it and my m8 got cool success with it.

  35. André Uanderson says:

    I need help. I dont know what I do about that. Ive got a tendon inflamation about one year and a half ago and I cannot to heal.
    It is each time worse. I have had acupunture session and phisioterapy session. still so i cant to heal

  36. my cus says:

    I did this, and I think it helped. Thank you.

  37. Nickson Pereira says:

    hello, appreciate what you guys do. i have got kindda small round things under my skin that i can feel near the elbow. And when i lift something even a book, i can feel the pain, at that point.
    cud this thing be tennis elbow. 1 doc says its muscle stress, another tennis elbow.

  38. Mara Tol says:

    Too much talking, I'm sorry to say.

  39. curvenut says:

    How many time a week should I massage ?

  40. Christopher Mndesir says:

    it works and simple , thanks for posting this video

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