ESICM Media Library: browse thematic sessions
The ESICM Media Library is a resource platform where you can replay or discover past webinars and congress’s sessions. You can search for lectures by title, author or session type.
Access all available sessions here.
Each month we will highlight some of the available sessions related to a specific theme. With the upcoming webinar on the updated Surviving Sepsis Campaign (SSC) guidelines, this month, we highlight some of our past sessions on Sepsis.
Sepsis is a life-threatening organ dysfunction caused by a dysregulated host response to infection. Conservative estimates suggest that it can affect over 30 million people each year, with mortality rates ranging from 10-50%. Those who survive often suffer long-term physical, psychological and cognitive disabilities. Despite this, it is largely unknown to the lay public and until recent years, not recognised for the worldwide threat that it is.
Some of the sessions from LIVES 2020 include:
- What is the evidence in sepsis therapy? – Series
- ESICM and sepsis in low-income countries
- Is SARS-CoV-2 sepsis?
- Potential of big data in sepsis
- …and many more!
Browse the Media Library to replay or discover the content that best suits your needs and keep learning!