Community-Acquired Pneumonia

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Community-acquired pneumonia (CAP) can lead to sepsis. Furthermore, CAP is one of the most common infections seen in the emergency department. Each patient can present with varying severity of illness, from mild to severe, necessitating treatment in an outpatient setting or the intensive care unit (ICU). Timely interventions from multiple team members can significantly reduce morbidity and mortality rates. You will learn how CAP is defined, associated pathogens, signs and symptoms, along with treatment of patients with CAP. This course will go into detail about aspiration pneumonia. 

 



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Course Description

Community-acquired pneumonia (CAP) can lead to sepsis. Furthermore, CAP is one of the most common infections seen in the emergency department. Each patient can present with varying severity of illness, from mild to severe, necessitating treatment in an outpatient setting or the intensive care unit (ICU). Timely interventions from multiple team members can significantly reduce morbidity and mortality rates. You will learn how CAP is defined, associated pathogens, signs and symptoms, along with treatment of patients with CAP. This course will go into detail about aspiration pneumonia. 

 



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