Video Summary | Closing the sepsis gap: an exploration of sepsis presentations at a remote north Australian emergency department

Sepsis, a life-threatening organ dysfunction caused by a response to infection, is a leading cause of death and hospitalisation worldwide. This study explores the demographic characteristics, disease specifics and outcomes of adult patients with suspected sepsis presenting to a remote Australian Emergency Department.

Van Bockxmeer JJ, Shetty A, Robertson T, Thomas Y. Closing the sepsis gap: an exploration of sepsis presentations at a remote north Australian emergency department. Rural and Remote Health 2021; 21: 5979. https://doi.org/10.22605/RRH5979

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