Stop Pediatric Sepsis: Recognition, Innovation and Organizational Change

Stop Pediatric Sepsis: Recognition, Innovation and Organizational Change

Aug. 04, 2020

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12 - 12 a.m. EST

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Early and accurate recognition of pediatric sepsis is challenging because signs of septic shock are not always obvious. Learn about a strategy to preemptively identify downturns in patients' conditions.

To specifically address sepsis, response tools can incorporate a set of protocols to improve patient outcomes for this potentially deadly infection.

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For more information, contact the Improving Pediatric Sepsis Outcomes team.

(202) 753-5365

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