Tim Nutbeam, Ron Daniels
Journal of Paramedic Practice, Vol. 8, Iss. 11, 04 Nov 2016, pp 530 - 531

The last few years have been
busy when it comes to sepsis.
We have seen the National
Confidential Enquiry into Patient
Outcome and Death (NCEPOD), new
definitions from the Sepsis-3 group, and
a set of guidelines from the National
Institute of Health and Care Excellence
(NICE). Despite all this work, sepsis
remains difficult to describe and
diagnose. Though showing a trend
in the right direction, the response to
critical therapies is still not as rapid as
we would like it to be for our loved
ones.

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