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Treating Sepsis Like A Code

Treating Sepsis Like a Code

Sepsis is the leading cause of death in U.S. hospitals. Mortality increases 7.6% every hour that treatment is delayed. Dr. Jacob Shepherd, a family medicine resident in Kansas City, Mo.,…

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Sepsis: Quick Action Saves Lives

Sepsis: Quick Action Saves Lives

The evening before, the elderly resident’s vital signs were normal. The next morning, they were anything but normal. The long-term care facility staff called Kassandra Kuhlman, R.N., the nurse on…

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Meet Our Team: Doug Peterson, R.N.

Meet Our Team: Doug Peterson, R.N.

It was a passion for rural healthcare and an interaction with a Palm Pilot that led Doug Peterson to work for Redivus Health. With 36 years of healthcare experience covering…

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Code Blue: Taking The Stress Out

Code Blue: Taking the Stress Out

Franklin County Emergency Medical Services and Ransom Memorial Hospital in Ottawa, Kan., are committed to high standards of patient care. They partner with The University of Kansas Health System to…

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Sepsis Scare: Redivus To The Rescue

Sepsis Scare: Redivus to the Rescue

For Lauren Bond, a nurse who now runs a business specializing in geriatric care management services, being involved with usability testing for the Redivus Health app in the simulation lab…

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Sepsis: Reading The Signs

Sepsis: Reading the Signs

Sepsis claims more lives each year than any cancer. For Tammie Williams, an experienced ER nurse, spotting the signs of sepsis is second nature. She sees cases regularly and knows…

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Code Blue: Beating The Odds

Code Blue: Beating the Odds

Less than 11% of people who suffer cardiac arrest outside of a hospital survive. —American Heart Association For Dr. Jacob Shepherd, a family medicine resident, using the Redivus Health Code…

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