What do the similarities between COVID-19 and sepsis mean for nurses and patients?
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What do the similarities between COVID-19 and sepsis mean for nurses and patients?

Jennifer Trueland Health journalist

As with sepsis, for many people, the after-effects of COVID-19 will require long-term support

At the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic earlier this year, the expectation was that patients who reached intensive care would need help to breathe, hence the rush to procure enough ventilators.

Emergency Nurse. 28, 5, 11-13. doi: 10.7748/en.28.5.11.s10

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