EMS Can Help Identify Pediatric Sepsis

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Today, on the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)’s Safe Healthcare Blog, Rommie Duckworth, founder and director of the New England Center for Rescue & Emergency Medicine, explains why robust education and sepsis alert programs are needed among EMS systems. Duckworth shares the story of Anya Coronel, a baby girl who succumbed to sepsis, and offers simple, straightforward tools to make it easier for EMS and healthcare providers to identify sepsis.

Join the conversation on sepsis at: http://blogs.cdc.gov/safehealthcare/category/sepsis/

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