Pharmacists boost sepsis response in ED

Including emergency medicine pharmacists in the management of patients with sepsis in hospital emergency departments (EDs) delivers improved outcomes, research from Alfred Health reveals.   The study, published in Emergency Medicine Australasia, assessed the treatment of 184 patients who were admitted to the intensive care unit of an Australian hospital during emergency medicine pharmacists’ working

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