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          Septic shock is an urgent condition commonly occurred in an emergency room. It is a major public health problem due to the rapid onset of the critical disease and high mortality rate. Professional nurses who work in the emergency room are important frontline personnel to care for patients with septic shock at all stages of treatment including screening, assessment, symptoms monitoring also coordinated with multidisciplinary care team and also refer patients to the various departments asappropriate. This role is a challenge of emergency nurses to develop their knowledge and develop
skill in advanced nursing in dealing with septic shock. The main goal is to provide safely care for the patient from the septic shock as soon as possible until the circulatory system returns to normal, reduces disability andsurvived from their critical conditions of patients.

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