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Sepsis and COVID-19: Perspectives From a Sepsis Coordinator

Sepsis and COVID-19: Perspectives From a Sepsis Coordinator

Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) has brought difficulties and disruptions to all corners of the world. As a sepsis coordinator, I can attest that the scientific and healthcare community in the United States has been particularly turned upside down by the novel virus, as our daily tasks and responsibilities have been shifted to respond to the threats accompanied by this virus.

Over the past few months, healthcare workers have been challenged to quickly make assessments and adjust best practices as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Early on in the pandemic, many people believed that this novel virus led to a “flu-like” illness. However, we quickly learned from colleagues in Washington and California that this was definitely not like the flu.

CriticalCare.news
September 4, 2020

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