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  • September 13, 2023

    Sepsis in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit: The Need for Diagnostics and Dedicated Antimicrobial Stewardship Teams

    Antibiotics are crucial for treating infections that cause sepsis in newborns, but antibiotic overuse or misuse can also have negative effects. Find out why diagnostics and antimicrobial stewardship are critical for guiding treatment in the NICU.
  • September 15, 2022

    “You never think it can happen to you.” – Angie Myers Shares Her Sepsis Survival Story

    About 8 years ago, Angie Meyers had to have half of her thyroid removed. Just a week after the operation, she developed sepsis.
  • September 06, 2022

    Optimizing Sepsis Protocol & Antimicrobial Stewardship: Interview with Dr. Katherine Perez

    With optimized sepsis management protocols and guidance from antimicrobial stewardship programs, it is possible to combat antimicrobial resistance alongside sepsis.
  • May 17, 2022

    Can Severe Cases of COVID-19 Be Considered Sepsis?

    By now, it has been established that COVID-19 is not just any respiratory virus. Researchers have quickly discovered that this virus is capable of directly affecting multiple organ systems, and that it can also cause a host of related complications.
  • March 09, 2022

    The Link Between the Flu, Secondary Infections, and Sepsis

    What is the link between the Flu, Secondary Infections, and Sepsis?