POC Advisor and Hunstville Hospital show decline in sepsis in critical-care units
In the United States, sepsis is the leading cause of death in hospital critical-care units. The condition progresses rapidly and becomes more deadly every hour it goes untreated, so early diagnosis and treatment is vital. A study done at Huntsville Hospital in Alabama showed a 53-percent decline in sepsis mortality when accurate evidence-based notifications were used to improve diagnostic and treatment decisions. Learn how Huntsville improved sepsis care via the infographic below and visiting www.pocadvisor.com.
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