Management of Sepsis in a Person with HIV
The goal of this session is to introduce learners to the provision of team-based care for a patient newly diagnosed with HIV who is admitted to the hospital with bacterial sepsis.
What you will learn in Module 8
Identify risk factors and possible sources of bacterial sepsis in people with HIV (PWH)
Explain signs and symptoms of sepsis using a systems-based approach
Apply clinical and community-based strategies in the management and prevention of sepsis using a team-based approach (IPE, QI)
Demonstrate use of CUS or the two-challenge rule to bring attention to clinical safety breaches (IPE/ Patient Safety)
Discuss how to counsel the patient to disclose his status to his partner
Describe the impact of achieving undetectable HIV RNA on preventing HIV transmission
Complete the Module
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