Procalcitonin: A Successful Clinical Formula for the Early Recognition and Management of Sepsis in the Emergency Department

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Sepsis is a condition that is as old as medicine itself, coined by Hippocrates in 400 BC. For much of history it has been “accepted as a given” that older adults die from sepsis, says Dr. Helen Pardoe, chief clinical information officer and a consultant colorectal surgeon at Princess Alexandra Hospital NHS Trust in Harlow, England. 

Sepsis is a condition that is as old as medicine itself, coined by Hippocrates in 400 BC. For much of history it has been “accepted as a given” that older adults die from sepsis, says Dr. Helen Pardoe, chief clinical information officer and a consultant colorectal surgeon at Princess Alexandra Hospital NHS Trust in Harlow, England. 

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