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Thermo Fisher presents the About Sepsis Google+ page to raise sepsis awareness through education and information.
Thermo Fisher presents the About Sepsis Google+ page to raise sepsis awareness through education and information.

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JEMS - Emergency Medical Services and Santa Claus himself are working to reduce the risk of sepsis and septic shock ahead of the holidays. Read more here 

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Voting for Oralith Staunton as @L'Oréal Paris Woman of Worth has opened up to three times today instead of just one! Like and sharing Orlaith Staunton’s post count as additional votes – check it out!

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Get your hands ready! Tomorrow is your only chance to vote three times in one day for sepsis advocate Orlaith Staunton to be L'Oréal ParisWoman of Worth. Like and share Oralith’s post on L'Oréal Paris Facebook page for extra votes! 

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A scratch can develop into sepsis – read this story about a woman from the UK who passed away from sepsis after suffering a minor hand scrape while gardening

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Patients who have recovered from sepsis may still experience side effects for the rest of their lives. Sepsis Alliance offers some tips for these conditions:

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These New Jersey hospitals are coming together in an effort to reduce sepsis deaths across the state

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Thanks to the Sepsis Alliance’s Sepsis Heroes announced last week, more knowledge around the condition is spreading – check back to see who makes the list next year!

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Did you know using procalcitonin (PCT) is proven to assess the risk of sepsis for inpatients in the intensive care unit (ICU)? Find out more

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Hospital-acquired infections may be reduced when staff are fully compliant with proper hand hygiene. Check out how this hospital is encouraging all doctors to practice hand-washing

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The intensive care unit (ICU) is one of the most critical departments in hospitals where lives are saved. But how can they be made more effective through using modern technology?
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