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.
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.Continue reading
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.Continue reading
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.Continue reading
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.Continue reading