Using ETCO2 to Detect Sepsis

JEMS released an article in 2016 about the use of ETCO2 to quickly identify sepsis. Let's see how that tool works and may help improve early recognition and treatment.

JEMS released an article in 2016 about the use of ETCO2 to quickly identify sepsis. Let’s see how that tool works and may help improve early recognition and treatment.

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