Early-Detection-and-Treatment-of-Sepsis-for-Low-and-Middle-Income-Countries
Challenge 9B
Early detection and treatment of sepsis for low- and middle- income countries

Early detection of sepsis, with the timely administration of appropriate fluids and antibiotics, appear to be the single most important factors in reducing morbidity and mortality from sepsis. For low- and middle-income countries, leveraging the resources needed for sepsis prevention and treatment maybe more challenging than in high-income countries but organization of systems responsible for patient care, strong leadership, and an effective optimization of resources for prevention can reduce the number of adverse sepsis events worldwide.

Executive summary checklist

Sepsis is a growing threat worldwide. At least 10-15% of sepsis deaths could be prevented through vaccination, hygienic measures, early detection, and prompt treatment measures. Use this checklist to help you prioritize your actions and measure your organization’s progress in detecting and treating sepsis in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs): Choose a

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