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Nurses are on the front lines of patient care every day. The care nurses give to patients who have sepsis is as important as the care given to a patient with a stroke or myocardial infarction. Nurses know that sepsis is a medical emergency and must be recognized and treated early.

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Nurses are on the front lines of patient care every day.

Nurses Know Sepsis Interview: Amanda Powell Amanda Powell Interview

"It's really important for us to be able to recognize sepsis as a bedside nurse."

Nurses Know Sepsis Interview: April Ebeling April Ebeling Interview

"If we would have had these screening tools in place before, then I feel like we could have saved his life."

Nurses Know Sepsis Interview: Ashley, Lauren and Jessica Ashley, Lauren and Jessica Interview

"Maybe they don't know about sepsis, and that's why they're wating so long."

Nurses Know Sepsis Interview: Barbara Washington Knight Barbara Washington Knight Interview

"We have walks for breast cancer, walks for other cancers, we're gonna have to have sepsis walks."

Nurses Know Sepsis Interview: Cailin Macleod Cailin Macleod Interview

"If you're feeling unwell for more than 12 to 24 hours, you need to go and be checked out."

Nurses Know Sepsis Interview: Cora Garcellano Cora Garcellano Interview

"Some patients, actually, they don't know how important that is."

Nurses Know Sepsis Interview: Dawn Terzulli Dawn Terzulli Interview

"It all takes time, and if your patient is septic, you may not have the luxery of that."

Nurses Know Sepsis Interview: Debbie McNair-Allen Debbie McNair-Allen Interview

"If we're going to have technology, and new things on the horizon, why not use it?"

Nurses Know Sepsis Interview: Dinah Itchon Dinah Itchon Interview

"To this day, I still look back to see what we could have done different."

Nurses Know Sepsis Interview: Elissa Brooks Elissa Brooks Interview

"We'll get blood cultures immediately and start looking for signs of sepsis."

Nurses Know Sepsis Interview: Elsie Crowninshield Elsie Crowninshield Interview

"We've decreased our mortality significantly over the last year."

Nurses Know Sepsis Interview: Grace Walter Grace Walter Interview

"We definitely have at least one admission a day that is related to sepsis."

Nurses Know Sepsis Interview: Harriet Raymundo Harriet Raymundo Interview

Listen to Harriet explain the challenges she has encountered with sepsis in her nursing career.

Nurses Know Sepsis Interview: Jamie Roney Jamie Roney Interview

"We failed to recognize severe sepsis."

Nurses Know Sepsis Interview: Julia Gamboa Julia Gamboa Interview

"We knew it was coming, and we knew what we had to do."

Nurses Know Sepsis Interview: Julie Lavender Julie Lavender Interview

Early detection's the number one, and a lot of people stay home too long.

Nurses Know Sepsis Interview: Justyn Lamb Justyn Lamb Interview

"As much as I advocated for him, it was hard to get things rolling."

Nurses Know Sepsis Interview: Linda Higgins Linda Higgins Interview

Sepsis can result from any infection. "Everyone needs to be aware that that's a possibility."

Nurses Know Sepsis Interview: Lisa Phillips Lisa Phillips Interview

"Prevent sick patients from getting sicker."

Nurses Know Sepsis Interview: Lori Louviere Lori Louviere Interview

"He survived and he's doing very well."

Nurses Know Sepsis Interview: Marlene Alonzo Marlene Alonzo Interview

Marlene describes her hospital's sepsis system and its contribution to early diagnosis.

Nurses Know Sepsis Interview: Nancy Jo Thompson Nancy Jo Thompson Interview

"All nurses will know what to do." When it comes to sepsis, knowledge is power.

Nurses Know Sepsis Interview: Nicole Angle Nicole Angle Interview

"Our biggest goal is to try to prevent septic shock and try to diagnose sepsis before it gets bad."

Nurses Know Sepsis Interview: Norma Besas Norma Besas Interview

Norma shares the initiative her hospital is taking to combat sepsis.

Nurses Know Sepsis Interview: Richmond Li Richmond Li Interview

"There's high mortality rates for sepsis, so definitely, it's important to catch it early."

Nurses Know Sepsis Interview: Sang Yu-Choi Sang Yu-Choi Interview

"If they were educating us about how to pick out sepsis signs and symptoms earlier, we could have saved her."

Nurses Know Sepsis Interview: Seth Neuts Seth Neuts Interview

"It's nice to be able to identify people early and start antibiotics."

Nurses Know Sepsis Interview: Sue Scollan Boring Sue Scollan Boring Interview

"The public is not as aware as they should be to come to the hospital sooner."

Nurses Know Sepsis Interview: Teresa Crite Teresa Crite Interview

How important are procalcitonin levels in diagnosing sepsis? Teresa shares her opinion from experience.

Videos

Watch the inspiring video of sepsis survivor Patricia Cragen and her family as they experience a once in a lifetime event at Strike Out Sepsis Day with the St. Louis Cardinals on August 31, 2015. Watch Video >

See highlights from the Second National Forum on Sepsis, held September 16, 2015 in Washington, DC, and learn more about the Rory Staunton Foundation’s initiatives to raise awareness and knowledge about sepsis. Watch Video >

Downloads

  • VIDAS® B•R•A•H•M•S PCT™ for the Clinician - Download
  • Procalcitonin: A Novel Biomarker for Bacterial Infections and Sepsis - Download
  • Procalcitonin Over Time - Download
  • Blood Culture: A Key Investigation for Diagnosis of Bloodstream Infections - Download