By Michael Wong, JD (Founder & Executive Director, Physician-Patient Alliance for Health & Safety)
Invitation to World Sepsis Congress
On behalf of the Physician-Patient Alliance for Health & Safety, I invite you to participate in the upcoming 4th World Sepsis Congress, hosted by the Global Sepsis Alliance. This free online congress will take place on April 25 and 26, 2023, and will feature over 85 experts speaking on all aspects of sepsis, including the latest research, treatment options, and best practices for sepsis prevention and management.
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COVIDSepis (noun): COVIDSepsis is a medical condition where the patient presents with the following conditions – coughing, shortness of breath, difficulty breathing, and fever. Patients with COVIDSepsis may also have an altered mental state, difficulty breathing, reduced urine output, rapid heart rate, a weak pulse, and cold extremities.
According to the Sepsis Alliance, “severe COVID-19 is viral sepsis.” As a result, distinguishing between whether a patient is suffering from COVID or has sepsis can be very difficult. As researchers in their research published in December of 2021 concluded:
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