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HANDHELD DEVICE SPOTS SIGNS OF SEPSIS EARLIER

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Published on Oct 1, 2012

THE NUMBER OF PEOPLE HOSPITALIZED WITH A DISEASE CALLED SEPSIS HAS MORE THAN DOUBLED SINCE 2000¹ - EVEN THOUGH MANY PEOPLE HAVE NEVER EVEN HEARD OF IT.
SEPSIS IS CAUSED BY AN INFECTION IN YOUR BLOODSTREAM, AND IT CLAIMS A LIFE EVERY 18 MINUTES IN THIS COUNTRY² - PARTLY BECAUSE IT CAN BE HARD TO DIAGNOSE UNTIL IT'S TOO LATE. NOW, A SMALL, SIMPLE DEVICE COULD CHANGE THAT. TO SHOW US HOW IT WORKS AND HOW IT COULD SAVE THOUSANDS OF LIVES.

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