Sepsis Six – update for end of life care in community
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Sepsis Six – update for end of life care in community

Erin Dean Health journalist

The UK Sepsis Trust and Marie Curie’s new version of the Sepsis Six tool helps nurses in the community to assess risk to patients and guide decision-making

A new version of the well-known Sepsis Six tool has been developed for nurses giving end of life care in the community. The tool is a collaboration between the UK Sepsis Trust and end of life charity Marie Curie.

Primary Health Care. 33, 3, 11-11. doi: 10.7748/phc.33.3.11.s5

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