Hmm... would your instructors be impressed if you told them that you didn't actually look up sepsis/septic shock, but instead went to clinicals and asked the nurses? no, probably not. This is no different.
a) look it up, stop asking others with *more* experience to do your homework
b) as evidenced by some of the earlier posts, asking clinicians what to do will give you a variety of responses. Different hospitals have different protocols/standards of care. Instead of asking nurses to do it for you, look up the latest research, read your textbook (which is based on research that's at least 5 years old, generally, but a good place to start nonetheless), google Surviving Sepsis, and MOST importantly...
Take responsibility for your OWN practice. If you fail your homework because someone online told you the wrong thing, or used outdated standards, you're going to fail your homework. No one else is responsible for this but you. If you're planning on being a nurse (and I assume you are) you need to learn to take responsibility for another human being's life; surely you can handle doing alittle research. Now, if you go look up all this stuff we keep telling you to look up, and you get stuck, then come back and we'll try to sort through it. But don't expect us to do this for you.