Hospital patients dying of organ failure from serious infections are walking out of the jaws of death time after time thanks to courageous individuals who refused to accept the status quo failing treatments. Instead, thinking outside the box to what will become a revolution in disease care management. More about that after a few statistics to show what a big deal this really is.
Severe sepsis, resulting from infection, has become a national epidemic. It’s the most expensive condition treated in US hospitals. It is among the leading causes of hospital deaths, striking more than a million Americans every year from which 15-30% die.