Recognized on September 13 each year, World Sepsis Day is an impactful initiative aimed at decreasing the worldwide burden of sepsis. Awareness is important to help the public recognize the early signs of sepsis and seek medical care for rapid diagnosis and effective treatment.
One way we can fight sepsis is by bringing education and awareness to the community. Whether you are a patient or a healthcare provider, these infographics can help you spread awareness and information about sepsis.
bioMérieux Connection recognizes the importance of Women’s Equality Day and takes this opportunity to highlight two women in science whose work made a lasting impact on public health and who continue to be an inspiring force for all future scientists.
Use of advanced diagnostics, vaccines, and improvements in public policy can support stewardship programs and also help address AMR and COVID-19 on multiple fronts. Without widespread intervention, these dual health threats will continue to worsen, leading to adverse health outcomes and decreased antibiotic efficacy for future generations.