Sepsis still kills 1 in 5 people worldwide – two ICU physicians offer a new approach to stopping it

Sepsis still kills 1 in 5 people worldwide – two ICU physicians offer a new approach to stopping it

Can an otherwise healthy young woman die from what starts out as something akin to a common cold? The answer is, shockingly, yes, when certain telltale signs of a more serious problem go undetected. Though many people haven’t even heard of it, sepsis – the body’s extreme response to infection – is the leading killer …

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