Sepsis is a worldwide problem that can cause devastating patient consequences and drive significant healthcare costs. Research has shown that timely administration of antibiotics to patients with sepsis decreases the likelihood of death. However, as this syndrome encompasses a complex pathobiology, treatment may be delayed. Once conclusive evidence—such as organ failure—manifests, the severity of symptoms may have progressed and the risk of patient death may increase.
What if your physicians could act faster and avoid patient health deterioration? Find out how your laboratory can use interdisciplinary insights to support swifter action and better clinical outcomes.