EMS Can Help Identify Pediatric Sepsis


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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