Physical Examination Results in Sepsis

HEENT: Scleral icterus, dry mucous membranes, pinpoint pupils, dilated and fixed pupils, nystagmus

Neck: Jugular venous distention, carotid bruits

Lungs: Crackles (rales), consolidation, egophony, absent breath sounds CV: Irregular rhythm, S3 gallop, murmurs

Abd: Tense, distended, tender, rebound, guarding, hepatosplenomegaly Rectal: Decreased tone, bright red blood

Exts: Swollen calf, disparity of blood pressure between upper extremities Neurologic: Agitation, confusion, delirium, obtundation, coma Skin: Cold, clammy, or warm; hyperemic skin; rashes

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