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PAT I ENT DET E RIORATION


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connected vital signs patient monitor and an approved track & trigger system, such as NEWS2, clinicians can help deliver the Early Warning Score that aids rapid diagnosis and treatment.


John Groetelaars, president and CEO, Hillrom, adds: “With staffing pressures in the NHS, supporting clinicians to measure a


complete set of observations within a single monitoring device could potentially save lives by more quickly identifying deterioration in a patient in a cost-efficient and timely manner. We’re looking forward to working with the Sepsis Trust to raise awareness of sepsis and the importance of early diagnosis and treatment.”


CSJ


Ron Daniels is an NHS consultant in intensive care, based in Birmingham. As well as being executive director and founder of the UK Sepsis Trust, Ron also sits on the executive board of the Global Sepsis Alliance. Ron’s expertise lies in translational medicine and leadership. He leads the team responsible for much of the policy and media engagement around sepsis in the UK (as well as internationally), including the adoption of the 2017 Resolution on Sepsis by the WHO. Ron has worked closely with the NHS over the past five years to ensure that, in England, more than 80% of patients presenting with suspected sepsis now receive appropriate antimicrobials rapidly.


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