Sacramento nurses, providers undergo training to fight sepsis

08/2/2011 | American City Business Journals

Sepsis accounted for the highest death rate in Sacramento, Calif., hospitals, with almost 3% of patients treated in the area developing the condition in 2009, data showed. As many as 150 nurses, doctors and other hospital providers in area hospitals are participating in a three-week sepsis training program, which includes online instruction and hands-on practice sessions, to help lower infection rates.

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