CDC Blog Addresses Why Some Doctors Don't Understand Sepsis

Today on the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)’s Safe Healthcare Blog, Dr. Steven Simpson, Sepsis Alliance board of directors member, shares his hypothesis on why many of his peers say they don’t see much sepsis in their practices and don’t know how to recognize symptoms of the condition until it gets to the point of septic shock.

Today on the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)’s Safe Healthcare Blog, Dr. Steven Simpson, Sepsis Alliance board of directors member, shares his hypothesis on why many of his peers say they don’t see much sepsis in their practices and don’t know how to recognize symptoms of the condition until it gets to the point of septic shock. This is the first of two blog posts from Simpson. Join the conversation on sepsis at http://blogs.cdc.gov/safehealthcare

Source: CDC



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