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Recognising sepsis in cancer patients

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Published: 13.01.20
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Dr Ron Daniels - Sepsis Trust, Birmingham, UK

Dr Ron Daniels speaks to ecancer at UKONS 2019 in Telford about the unique vulnerabilities of cancer patients to infection and sepsis.

Dr Daniels explains some of the ways sepsis can occur in cancer patients and the importance of education and increased awareness, noting some of the symptoms to be aware of.

He discusses some of the ongoing research about sepsis, including biomarkers and blood tests that may help identify risk and treatment.


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