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Resuscitation & De-resuscitation During Septic Shock

Location: Health Discovery Building Auditorium 2.108

Address: 1701 Trinity St., Austin, TX 78712 | View Map »

Date: Wednesday, December 12, 2018

Time: 12–1 p.m.

Contact: Cassandra Ryan

About the Event

Join Koonj Shah for his lecture titled “Resuscitation and De-resuscitation (During Septic Shock): Are We Doing Too Much at the Wrong Time and Too Little at the Right Time?”

Shah is the acting division chief of pulmonary and critical care medicine and assistant professor for the Department of Internal Medicine.

Learning Objectives

By the end of this presentation, the audience participant should be able to:

  • Discuss the hemodynamic consequences of septic shock.
  • Utilize active and dynamic methods to resuscitate patients in septic shock.
  • Identify several consequences of resuscitation.
  • Explain de-resuscitation as a concept in the continuum of shock.
  • Deliberate active de-resuscitation in patients recovering from shock.

Target Audience

  • Primary: Department of Internal Medicine Faculty
  • Secondary: Department of Internal Medicine Residents


This activity has been designed to promote some of the following desired physician attributes and competencies:

  • ACGME: Patient care; Medical knowledge; Practice-based learning and improvement; professionalism; system-based practice.
  • IOM: Providing patient-centered care; Working in interdisciplinary teams; Employing evident-based practice.
  • IECC: Value/ethics for interprofessional practice; Roles/responsibilities; Interprofessional communication; Teams and teamwork.

For more information, please contact Cassandra Ryan.

Shah has no financial conflicts of interest to disclose relating to the educational content of this series.

The Department of Internal Medicine Grand Rounds planning committee members are Clay Cauthen, M.D.; Dayna Diven, M.D.; Meghana Gadgil, M.D.; Parker Hudson, M.D.; Mrinalini Kulkarni-Date, M.D.; Paul Nader, M.D.; Rene Salazar, M.D.; Jeni Skar and Cassandra Ryan; off-site coordinators Angela Durham and John Ignat. The members of the planning committee have no financial conflicts of interest to disclose relating to the educational content of this series.