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Pediatric Care |March 2018

Standardizing Care and Improving Outcomes in Pediatric Septic Shock

Septic shock cases are rare but deadly. New resources and guidelines tested in a research collaboration have helped speed diagnosis and care delivery and reduce mortality rates.

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Pediatric Care


March 2018

Rapid Progress from Assessment to Treatment Resolves Septic Shock in Young Patient

A young patient presents in the ED with cough, fever, and lethargy. Aided by a new protocol, staff make a rapid diagnosis, and the patient is moved to treatment for septic shock in less than 1 hour.

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Heart Care


February 2018

Boosting Survival Rates in Sudden Cardiac Arrest

A new protocol helps improve brain-healthy survival rates for a subset of sudden cardiac arrest patients. Developed and implemented in Minnesota, the approach is now being tested nationally.

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Cancer Care


February 2018

Collaborative Care, New Therapies Improve Neurofibromatosis Outcomes

NF patients are at increased risk of additional tumors and cancers. Clinical and research collaborations, novel drugs, and MRI-guided procedures aim to improve outcomes for these patients.

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Adult Specialties


January 2018

Addressing Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome

With the rise in opioid abuse, an increasing number of infants are born with neonatal abstinence syndrome. M Health specialists provide insight into the latest care approaches for these patients and their mothers.

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