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Margaret McCartney: Alarm overload makes a difficult job harder

15:08 EDT 31 Jul 2017 | British Medical Journal

“Just ask . . . could it be sepsis?” The Sepsis Trust has issued posters instructing parents to ask this, as “it’s a simple question but could save a life.” It’s also produced a list of what to look...

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