Healthline Networks, Inc. Drugs & Treatments
Treatments
Treatments Directory
Drugs
Treatment Search
Help me choose:  
Treatments for Septic Shock

Overview

Septic shock is what happens as a complication of an infection where toxins can initiate a full-body inflammatory response. It often occurs in people who are elderly or have a weakened immune system. It is thought that the inflammation resulting frMore »

Tests

1.
Your red blood cells transport oxygen and carbon dioxide - blood gases - throughout the body. The oxygen and carbon dioxide levels of your blood and the pH balance ...  More »
2.
A physical examination is a routine test your doctor performs to check your overall health. It is also known as a wellness check. A physical examination helps your ...  More »
3.
A complete blood count, or CBC, is an easy and very common test that screens for certain disorders that can affect your health. A CBC measures several components of...  More »
4.
Blood Pressure Monitoring
5.
A blood culture is a fairly routine test that checks for bacteria, yeast, and other microorganisms in the blood. The test is relatively simple for the patient and i...  More »
6.
An X-ray is an imaging test that uses small amounts of radiation to produce pictures of the organs, tissues, and bones of the body. When focused on the chest, it ca...  More »
7.
A urinalysis is a laboratory test done to detect problems with your body that can appear in your urine. Many illnesses and disorders affect how your body removes wa...  More »
Toptop

Medical Procedures

1.
Oxygen Therapy
2.
Mechanical Ventilation
3.
Intravenous Rehydration
Toptop

Prescribed Medications

1.
CIPROFLOXACIN (sip roe FLOX a sin) is a quinolone antibiotic. It is used to treat certain kinds of bacterial infections. It will not work for colds, flu, or other v...  More »
2.
FLUDROCORTISONE (floo droe KOR ti sone) is a corticosteroid. It is used to treat Addison's disease and to treat a salt losing condition called adrenogenital sy...  More »
3.
IMIPENEM; CILASTATIN (i mi PEN em; sye la STAT in) is a carbapenem antibiotic. It is used to treat certain kinds of bacterial infections. It will not work for colds...  More »
4.
REGULAR INSULIN (REG yuh ler IN su lin) is a human-made form of insulin. This medicine lowers the amount of sugar in your blood. It is a short-acting insulin that s...  More »
5.
NALOXONE (nal OX one) is a narcotic blocker. It is used to treat narcotic drug overdose.  More »
6.
This medicine may be used for other purposes; ask your health care provider or pharmacist if you have questions.  More »
7.
VASOPRESSIN (vas oh PRES in) is a hormone that is normally made in the body. This medicine acts to lower the amount of urine that is made and to constrict small blo...  More »
Toptop

Over the Counter Medications

1.
REGULAR INSULIN (REG yuh ler IN su lin) is a human-made form of insulin. This medicine lowers the amount of sugar in your blood. It is a short-acting insulin that s...  More »
Toptop

Follow Yahoo Health on and become a fan on

Sponsored Links

Septic Helper 2000 | BioSafeOne.com
Septic Helper 2000 | BioSafeOne.com
Restore and clear your septic system with Bio-Safe One. Order now.
www.BioSafeOne.com
Causes Of Septic Shock - Looking for Causes Of Septic Shock?
Causes Of Septic Shock - Looking for Causes Of Septic Shock?
Find Info and Compare Results Now.
causessepticshock.buyerpricer.com
Septic Infections
Septic Infections
Learn the Symptoms of Sepsis, When to Call the Doctor, and More.
EverydayHealth.com
Follow @YahooHealth on
Health Search
 

Check your Symptoms

Discover possible causes based on your symptoms

 

Search for Treatment

 

Search for Drugs

Sponsored Links

Septic Helper 2000 | BioSafeOne.com
Septic Helper 2000 | BioSafeOne.com
Restore and clear your septic system with Bio-Safe One. Order now.
www.BioSafeOne.com
Causes Of Septic Shock - Looking for Causes Of Septic Shock?
Causes Of Septic Shock - Looking for Causes Of Septic Shock?
Find Info and Compare Results Now.
causessepticshock.buyerpricer.com
Septic Infections
Septic Infections
Learn the Symptoms of Sepsis, When to Call the Doctor, and More.
EverydayHealth.com