Are State Rules For Treating Sepsis Really Saving Lives?

(By Richard Harris for NPR)

Doctors can save thousands of lives a year if they act promptly to identify sepsis, an often lethal reaction to infection. Sometimes called blood poisoning, sepsis is the leading cause of death in hospitals. Continue reading article here…

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