Health care providers in Montana might have difficulty identifying sepsis in patients because its early symptoms are similar to other types of nonbacterial inflammation. Sepsis is a serious infection that can damage tissue and organs and cause death. Physicians and other health care staff should possess clear knowledge about the signs of sepsis so that potentially life-saving treatments can be initiated as soon as possible.
Every driver has gotten behind the wheel of a vehicle while in a hurry. The temptation to speed can be hard to resist, especially when there is traffic or other issues to slow a driver down. Despite the fact that most drivers speed at some point, speeding actually does very little to help a person arrive at his or her destination faster.
Busy emergency room doctors in Montana hospitals do not always have time to perform thorough patient evaluations, and they often rely on blood tests to diagnose acute kidney injuries. A large number of critically ill patients around the country are diagnosed with such an injury, but a study published by researchers from Columbia University suggests that many of these diagnoses could be inaccurate.