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9/9/2018 1:30:56 AM

kakbrus@gmail.com
Thank you for posting such a great article! I found your website perfect for my needs. It contains wonderful and helpful posts. Keep up the good work!. Thank you for this wonderful Article!
6/18/2018 1:20:39 AM

ludo king
Thanks to the author for the article! Very pleased!
3/21/2018 10:31:17 PM

Trudy Rhodes RN
Although these new definitions have been published, we are still being held to the CMS and TJC guidelines for evaluation of severe sepsis and septic shock for accountability and reporting. These guidelines are linked to our reimbursement. Please include this in your presentation and the fact that the CMS had published a statement in the following JAMA publication that they would not be changing the guidelines using SOFA or qSOFA definitions.
9/23/2016 7:11:48 PM

Nuhu Lawan
Fantastic, good enough.
9/22/2016 12:55:09 AM

Barbara Wilson
Thank you for clarifying a very complex issue. This sounds like a great tool, and I'm looking forward to serving my patients with this increased knowledge.
9/13/2016 9:58:17 AM

Curtis Albert
This is a very nice post. Nurses are in a key position at the bedside to monitor and identify patient in the early stages of clinical decline and have the potential to positively impact patient outcomes by facilitating early interventions and treatment of the septic patient.
8/24/2016 4:42:13 AM

Maria Schiff
Love to read it,Waiting For More new Update and I Already Read your Recent Post its Great.
5/2/2016 11:59:31 PM

Tricia Pilotto
Sim Educator
4/3/2016 8:53:00 PM

Vicki Hunt
Useful article
3/17/2016 8:14:19 AM

Vicki Hunt
Sepsis article for better understanding of updated definitions
3/16/2016 8:50:54 PM

Rosemarie OBrien
Great article!
3/16/2016 2:18:36 PM