Sepsis Solutions

Sepsis remains one of the most complex health conditions to diagnose and treat. It is critical to understand the dynamics of infections, the body’s immune response, and the role of antimicrobial resistance. Learn how diagnostic data, information systems, and machine learning have the potential to revolutionize sepsis care and optimize patient outcomes.

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September is Sepsis Awareness Month

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Sepsis Alliance Summit 2021

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Study of Severe COVID-19 Helps Uncover the Roots of Sepsis

Researchers find a cell type that impairs a patient's response to COVID-19 after progressing to sepsis.

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Every Minute Counts: Opportunities for Faster Blood Culture Results

An early sepsis diagnosis can lead to better patient outcomes and lower hospital costs

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Sepsis Tech & Innovation Virtual Conference

Save lives and reduce health spending. See what you missed!

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World Sepsis Congress 2021 – Access On Demand

The free online event was held late April, delivering trenchant talks from dozens of speakers on all aspects of sepsis

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The Cost of Sepsis in Lives and Dollars

The cost of sepsis is higher than you might think

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Enhanced Pathogen Detection in the Management of Septic Pneumonia Patients

In this webinar from Sepsis Alliance, learn how the combination of enhanced pathogen detection and procalcitonin levels help support antibiotic stewardship

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Biomarker-Enhanced Clinical Assessment of Sepsis and AKI

Explore the role of biomarkers for sepsis and AKI in this Sepsis Alliance Innovation Series webinar

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Interpreting PCT in the New CAP Guidelines

In this 20 minute podcast, two infectious disease clinicians speak about using PCT to manage antibiotic therapy to optimize antibiotic stewardship efforts.

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Sepsis vs. Stewardship, Are They Compatible?

In this P.A.C.E. accredited webinar, Dr. Ed Septimus discusses the potential benefits and harms of antibiotics in treatment of patients suffering from sepsis.