Amanda Garrison

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Sepsis is a clinical syndrome characterized by a systemic inflammatory response to infection. Mortality rates in sepsis have remained high, despite recent advances in our understanding of the immunological mechanisms that cause sepsis. Fever, a nonspecific acute-phase response, has been associated with improved survival and shortened disease duration in(More)
Health Care Workers (HCWs) are a high-risk group for contracting Vaccine-Preventable Diseases who, despite legislation and guidance, remain undervaccinated. In order to understand their barriers and needs, focus groups were formed with 278 physicians, nurses, infection-control personnel, and policy-makers in 7 EU MS. Several implications for the development(More)
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