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Procalcitonin (PCT) Webinar - How to Incorporate Procalcitonin (PCT) into your Facility's Sepsis Initiative

In this webinar Kirsten R. Pyle-Springer, Sepsis Coordinator at Surgical/Neuro/Trauma Intensive Care Unit, Mission Hospital in Mission Viejo, California discusses the Awareness of Sepsis and the risk of Sepsis in critical care settings.
Date Posted: Thursday, February 10, 2011
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