Clinical Conversations – Early Detection is Essential to Saving Lives
Early Detection is Essential to Saving Lives
Dec 11, 2018
In part two of this discussion on sepsis, Dr. Michael DeVita, Sue and Jay Stull, and Thomas Heymann, discuss the importance of protocols and strong leadership, their thoughts on what can improve outcomes, research currently being conducted on the treatment of sepsis, and end with what gives each of them hope for the future of sepsis.
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