A four month prospective descriptive exploratory study of patients receiving antibiotics in one Emergency Department

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International Emergency Nursing, 2013, 21 (3), pp. 163 - 167
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Any infection can potentially develop into sepsis. Many patients present to the Emergency Department (ED) with infection and go on to require antibiotics. However, the timeliness of antibiotics can make a difference to patient survival and reduce the risk of infection developing into sepsis and or septic shock.
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