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Sepsis

“You never think it can happen to you.” 

Angie Myers works in at bioMérieux in North Carolina. About 8 years ago, after a surgery, she developed a severe fever that was accompanied by confusion. Today she shares her story as a sepsis survivor.

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.

The Link Between the Flu, Secondary Infections, and Sepsis

As people around the world have gained the ability to more easily travel, viruses have too. A consequence of this viral spread is an increase in critically ill patients, most often...

Viral Sepsis: How Much Do We Know?

Almost any virus can cause sepsis. The number of documented sepsis cases due to viral infections is small (~1%). However, the role viral infections play in sepsis cases may be understated.

Quick Facts About Sepsis

Did you know that sepsis is one of the leading causes of death in the world? There are an estimated 50 milion cases every year of which 11 million people die - 1 in every five death worldwide is associated with sepsis.