Over 270,000 lives are lost to sepsis each year in the United States. Prevention and early recognition of sepsis are of paramount importance in improving mortality rates.
Anna Lopez spent a night in December 2018 nervously making the four-hour drive from Miami back home to Safety Harbor, Florida. Her fiancé, Todd, had been admitted to the hospital earlier that day, after his severe cold progressed to the point where he could barely walk.
During our September 12, 2019 webinar, titled, “New Technology and Workflow Optimization in the Microbiology Lab: Working Together to Improve Patient Care,” Dr. Allison McMullen, Ph.D., D(ABMM), will share how microbiology is meeting today’s clinical challenges in the context of Antimicrobial Stewardship Programs (ASPs).
By the bioMérieux Connection Editors Florence Sabin had hoped for a career as a pianist, but upon entering her high school years, she was frankly informed that her musical talent was merely average. It was this fact that lead her to her career as a scientist, which was, without a doubt, far from average. Sabin’s …