Sepsis

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Statins Tied to Lower Mortality Risk from Sepsis
eMediNexus, 26 October 2020
#Critical Care #Emergency Medicine #Infectious Diseases #Pathology and Lab Medicine #Pharmacist

Among individuals admitted to hospitals with sepsis, statin users were found to have a lower mortality, compared to nonstatin us ...MORE

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Alert Over Multisystem Hyperinflammatory State in Children
eMediNexus, 29 April 2020
#Business And Medicine #Emergency Medicine #Hospital Medicine #Infectious Diseases #Pathology and Lab Medicine

An alert has been issued from within NHS England over an increasing number of cases over the past 3 weeks of new symptoms in chi ...MORE

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Sepsis linked to 1-in-5 deaths worldwide, says study
eMediNexus, 18 January 2020
#Business And Medicine #Critical Care #Emergency Medicine #Infectious Diseases #Pathology and Lab Medicine

Sepsis played a direct role in the deaths of 11 million people in 2017, almost twice as many as previously estimated, according ...MORE

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PERSEVERE, a new biomarker-based tool to stratify pediatric patients at risk for sepsis
eMediNexus, 16 November 2019
#Critical Care #Emergency Medicine #Infectious Diseases #Pathology and Lab Medicine #Pediatrics

The development of the Pediatric Sepsis Biomarker Risk Model (PERSEVERE) assay may help in predicting septic shock outcomes and ...MORE

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Blood Test Helps Identify Pneumonia Patients at Risk for Acute Respiratory Failure or Sepsis
eMediNexus, 14 October 2019
#Emergency Medicine #Infectious Diseases #Pathology and Lab Medicine #Pharmacist #Pulmonary Medicine

A blood test can identify a subgroup of pneumonia patients at increased risk for developing acute respiratory failure or sepsis, ...MORE

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New Strep A Strain Linked to Scarlet Fever and Sepsis
eMediNexus, 12 September 2019
#Critical Care #Emergency Medicine #Pathology and Lab Medicine #Public Health

A new strain of group A streptococcus bacteria called M1UK linked to scarlet fever and sepsis has been identified in England and Wales.

The discovery w ...MORE

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