What NICE’s updated sepsis guidance means for you
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What NICE’s updated sepsis guidance means for you

Shruti Sheth Trivedi Senior reporter, RCNi

A nurse specialist explains how more targeted antibiotic use based on level of risk supports antimicrobial stewardship

National has been guidance updated on to sepsis ensure treatment antibiotics are being used in a more targeted way for people at higher risk of severe illness or death. The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) revised part of its guidance so clinicians can have more time to examine patients who are less severely ill while prioritising antibiotic treatment for those who need it most. Here is what you need to know.

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