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Advances made against the deadly infection complication, sepsis

Sepsis is an inflammatory response to infection that’s known to develop in hospital settings and can turn deadly when it’s not discovered early on. In a new study, a hospital surveillance program focusing on reducing the risks of sepsis, known as the two-stage Clinical Decision Support (CDS) system, was found to reduce the risk of adverse outcomes, such as death and hospice discharge for sepsis patients, by 30% over the course of one year. This study is published today in the American Journal of Medical Quality (A SAGE Journal).




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QASS Editorial Board

Series Editor

Barbara Entwisle, Sociology, University of NorthCarolina, Chapel Hill

Editorial Board

Richard A. Berk, Sociology, University of California, Los Angeles

William D. Berry, Political Science, Florida State University

Kenneth A. Bollen, Sociology, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

Linda B. Bourque, Public Health, University of California, Los Angeles

John Fox, Sociology, McMaster University






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