Synergy Between Nurses And Automation Could Be Key To Finding Sepsis Early

(By Richard Harris for NPR)

A quarter of a million Americans die every year from sepsis, which is the body’s reaction to overwhelming infection. This cascade of organ failure can be nipped in the bud if health care workers know it’s ramping up, but that’s often not easy to do. Continue reading article here…

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