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The doctors didn't take out any blood, just a urine test. I'm scared cause that i might have sepsis?
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I am looking for a doctor who has treated pseudo sepsis as a result of an Euflexxa injection or one who could share experiences.
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Dear doctor...what is the best method to manage patient in the emergency with nephrotic syndrome and sepsis?
A 36-year-old female asked:
If i think i have early signs of sepsis, will a few 500mg amoxicillin help until i can see a doctor in the morning?
A 28-year-old female asked:
Hi doctor i'm a med. Student and i've read in a lec. That sepsis can cause hypovolemic shock! can u explain the mechanism please regards?
A 80-year-old male asked:
I understand that if a patient has delirium and suspected sepsis (I am not referring to myself), some doctors are reluctant to perform a straight catherization. Why? Are the risks very serious?
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