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If You Want to Improve Sepsis – Start in the ED
There has been a lot of information published on the evolving definition of sepsis, increase in the number of sepsis cases, evidence based treatment of sepsis and meeting the 3 and 6 hour bundles but sepsis has become more prevalent in healthcare. The National Center for healthcare statistics released numbers in 2011 that hospitalization rates for septicemia or sepsis more than doubled from 2000 to 2008. Statistics show that the identification of sepsis patients begins in the ED, which is why more hospitals need to move their focus upstream to gain valuable treatment time to get ahead of this deadly killer.