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Sepsis Alliance Inspiring Breakthroughs in Care with New Virtual Conference: Sepsis Tech & Innovation

April 13, 2021

Across two days of expert-led content, Sepsis Tech & Innovation will examine the potential of technology and innovation to save lives and reduce sepsis spending. Catapulting off the success of …

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From Ear Infections to the Flu – Childhood Infections are Common

April 6, 2021

Childhood infections and illnesses – most parents have been there. Whether it’s a phone call from the school because their child is not feeling well, waking up in the middle …

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Sepsis Alliance Launches POWER the AMRevolution, a National Initiative to Educate About the Risks of Antimicrobial Resistance and the Steps People Can Take to End Superbugs

March 25, 2021

Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) leads to an estimated 700,000 deaths per year around the world – a number projected to reach 10 million annually by 2050 – yet global survey results …

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National Kidney Month: Healthy Living Can Slow Kidney Disease

March 22, 2021

To help mark National Kidney Month, Sepsis Alliance has added another resource to the Sepsis and Related Conditions library: Sepsis and Dialysis. This page adds to other kidney-related conditions: kidney …

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Viral? Bacterial? Fungal? What Are The Different Types of Infections?

March 11, 2021

Infections are common. From ear infections and the flu to COVID-19, chances are we all have had at least one at some point. Viral, bacterial, fungal, and parasitic infections can …

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Vitamins and Sepsis – In the News Again

March 2, 2021

Everyone knows that vitamins are good for us. One of the most commonly known vitamins is vitamin C. It is readily available through the food we eat and supplements on …

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Racial Equity in Sepsis Care Matters

February 23, 2021

As Black History Month draws to a close, two of our Advisory Board members, Dr. Selena Gilles, DNP, ANP-BC, CNEcl, CCRN, and Dr. Sandy Cayo, DNP, FNP-BC, APRN, reflect on …

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Should Sepsis Survivors Get a COVID-19 Vaccine?

February 18, 2021

As COVID-19 vaccines make their way across the country, some sepsis survivors wonder if they should be vaccinated. Every person’s decision to vaccinate should be based on their own circumstances, …

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It’s International Prenatal Infection Prevention Month

February 9, 2021

Pregnancy should be a time of joy and anticipation, but for many, it’s also a time of worry. They worry over the baby’s health, mom’s health, and a lot more. …

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2020 Sepsis Alliance Year in Review

January 29, 2021

As we end the first month of the year, Sepsis Alliance would like to share some highlights from 2020. We have various new initiatives coming out in 2021 and will continue …

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On Sepsis Care Equity: A Message From Our CEO

Earlier this week, Sepsis Alliance publicly announced its pledge and action plan for fostering equity, diversity, and inclusion (EDI) in our work. It’s something we’ve been discussing internally for some …

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Post-COVID Syndrome or Post-Sepsis Syndrome?

January 25, 2021

Since the initial outbreak of COVID-19, there have been reports of many people living with a new condition named post-COVID syndrome. These people are young and old, and they experience …

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Sepsis Alliance Announces Organizational Commitments to Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion

With its new wide-reaching pledge and action plan, Sepsis Alliance takes a vital step towards fostering more equity in its public awareness work, its provider education, and its advocacy efforts. …

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COVID Vaccine by State – How Is Yours Doing?

January 22, 2021

Finding out how to get the COVID vaccine can be frustrating. Citizens need to know how their  state is rolling out the vaccine, who is eligible, and how to get …

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NFL Quarterback and Sepsis Survivor, Alex Smith, on 60 Minutes

January 18, 2021

Alex Smith, quarterback for the National Football League’s Washington Football team, was seriously injured in November 2018. During a game against the Houston Texans, Smith was sacked and sustained a …

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Sepsis Alliance Launches National Sepsis Registry Initiative (NSRI)

January 11, 2021

A new initiative founded by Sepsis Alliance will advocate for the creation of a National Sepsis Registry—a hub of centralized information critical to improving sepsis care. SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA—Sepsis Alliance, …

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