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Scared of sepsis? Prevent it by washing your hands regularly, keeping your vaccines currents, and maintaining an overall healthy lifestyle! Click over to this Okeechobee health care infographic to get more advice about preventing sepsis and protecting you Medical Student, Medical Assistant, Medical Field, Medical School, Nursing Students, Health Care Assistant, Nursing School Tips, Nursing Career, Nursing Tips

Sepsis Is Serious! [INFOGRAPHIC]

Scared of sepsis? Prevent it by washing your hands regularly, keeping your vaccines currents, and maintaining an overall healthy lifestyle!

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Hopefully I'll never need to know this, but good to have just in case.

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“Don't forget #sepsis is common in #paediatrics. Use a paed scoring system to ascertain risk @sepsis_kills @ACTHealth”

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s nurses, our first priority will always be our patient’s survival. However, there are instances that make it difficult for us to do so. Things become complicated and the patient’s chances of survi…

A Norfolk doctor found a treatment for sepsis. Now he’s trying to get the ICU world to listen. Health And Beauty, Health And Wellness, Health Tips, Health Fitness, Icu Nursing, Nursing Notes, Quotes For Cancer Patients, Be Patient Quotes, Sepsis

A Norfolk doctor found a treatment for sepsis. Now he’s trying to get the ICU world to listen.

When an EVMS doctor was faced with a patient on the brink of death, he decided to order a combination of Vitamin C infusions and steroids. By the next morning, her symptoms had turned around. He wants to spread the word to other doctors.