Sepsis marker in emergency department

Infection and Sepsis Diagnostic Challenges for Laboratories and Clinicians

The burden sepsis places on global health—which includes high mortality rates and cost of treatment—highlights the need for better early detection and diagnostic testing. 

Now there is a new hematology-based solution designed to alert emergency department clinicians to the possibility of sepsis or risk of developing sepsis: Early Sepsis Indicator.* This new parameter—available on the Beckman Coulter DxH 900 hematology analyzer—can be offered as part of a routine CBC with differential test.

In this workshop, recorded at the 31st International Symposium on Technical innovations in Laboratory Hematology, you will find out more about the challenges faced by laboratories and clinicians when detecting infections and sepsis, and how this rapid and simple early warning solution can help.

Presenter: Professor Pierre Hausfater

Professor Hausfater started his career as an internal medicine specialist focused on autoimmune and inflammatory diseases. As his career unfolded, Professor Hausfater ultimately transitioned into emergency medicine in 1999. Currently, Professor Hausfater is head of the emergency department at Pitie-Salpetriere hospital in Paris. He also oversees the coordination of emergency medicine specialists serving the healthcare needs of French residents in Paris.

This webinar is intended for healthcare professionals only.

*CE Marked. Pending 510(k) submission and clearance by the U.S. FDA. Not available for sale in the U.S.

*Beckman Coulter Inc. is approved as a provider of continuing education programs in the clinical laboratory sciences by the ASCLS P.A.C.E.® Program. These credits are recognized by the State of California. Most programs also provide State of Florida credits (with valid license number). At this time, we cannot issue continuing education credits for those who provide healthcare (or work for an institution that provides healthcare) in Massachusetts or Vermont.