I recognise there are other elements to the Surviving Sepsis Bundles, however due to word limitation; the focus will be on fluid intervention. The essay will be written as a Case Study format. Under the Core measures, Sepsis is one of the problem-focused trigger for systemic infection and if untreated which can lead to death. The evidence-based research revealed with results. Sepsis is a life-threatening response to an infection and is the leading cause of death for hospitalized patients.
Postoperative nutritional support of the patient with gut gangrene—a case report
Gangrene – Healing Through Classical Homeopathy - Seema Mahesh
Metrics details. Gangrenous cholecystitis is a severe complication of acute cholecystitis. We present an unusual case of gangrenous cholecystitis which was totally asymptomatic, with normal pre-operative parameters, and was discovered incidentally during a laparoscopic cholecystectomy. We have not found any similar cases in the published literature. A year-old British Caucasian man presented initially with acute cholecystitis which responded to conservative management. After six weeks he was asymptomatic and had normal blood parameters. An elective laparoscopic cholecystectomy was performed and our patient was found to have a totally gangrenous gall bladder.
Metrics details. Gas gangrene is a necrotic infection of soft tissue associated with high mortality rates. We report a case of postoperative gas gangrene with very acute onset and rapid progression of symptoms. To our knowledge, this case is the most acute onset of postoperative gas gangrene ever reported.
Figure 1 LEFT : Gross observation of the right foot demonstrates gangrene with purulence, edema, and absent distal phalanx. D uring the COVID pandemic, there has been a documented decline in emergency department visits for medical and traumatic conditions, myocardial infarctions, stroke, and hyperglycemic crises. We present a case study of a patient whose fear of contracting COVID led to significant morbidity. A year-old African American male presented to the emergency department with a two-week history of right leg swelling and darkness of his right second toe. He denied any history of trauma, pain, or erythema.