The video talks about the septic clock by Dr. Yash Javeri, Critical Care Expert, Secretary of Society of Critical Care Medicine, New Delhi. Septic clock is a concept of early recognition, early source control, early antibiotics and early blood culture. Everything needs to be timed. If sepsis is recognized early then it is easy to treat.
He was Senior Consultant at Institute of Critical Care Medicine, Max Super Specialty Hospital, Saket, Delhi. He has done his graduation from Government Stanley Medical College, Chennai, Post-graduation in Anesthesiology from JNMC, AMU and was awarded gold medals during graduation and post-graduation. He was trained in Critical Care Medicine from Sir Gangaram Hospital Delhi in Infection Control from John Hopkins. He started the first specialty hemato-oncology critical care unit and have worked across allied specialties and societies to popularize Critical Care and ISCCM. He have published many articles in Journals of repute. He has also designed the first Intensive Care Clinical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases Course credited with initiating Advance Sepsis Management Course which was later endorsed by Global Sepsis Alliance. He have been involved in various phase three trials and other original research projects. His special interest is in Trauma Critical Care, Infectious Diseases, Extracorporeal therapies Ethics, Adjuvant therapies and Critical care nursing and is presently involved in outsourcing and designing protocols for resource limited settings.
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