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Sniffing Septic Shock-Mayo Clinic

Posted by @MakalaJohnson in Just Want to Talk, Jul 13, 2011

One out of ten. Those are your chances of going into septic shock if you're a patient in a hospital intensive care unit. This happens mostly because patients can be very sick with complex illnesses. Doctors at Mayo Clinic want to improve those odds. They've developed smart alarm technology that constantly monitors a patient's status and alerts them before bad events happen.

Tags: tech, Septic Shock, Matthew Clark PhD, Medical Edge, Alarm

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