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Suspect Sepsis. Save a Life.

700 deaths a day.  That’s what sepsis causes in the United States.  It’s shocking.  However, survival rates increase dramatically when patients get the right treatment, right away. What Is Sepsis? Sepsis is the body’s abnormal response to infection.  The body essentially attacks itself, which can lead to tissue damage, organ failure and even death. Any […]

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RSV Who?

Every year during the fall, winter and early spring, we restrict visitation to our Children’s Hospital and our Neonatal Intensive Care Unit.  The reason: to protect our patients from viruses like RSV (respiratory syncytial virus).  You may have never heard of RSV, but there is a very good chance that you HAVE had it.  For […]

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