Second iteration of ‘Sepsy Back’, medical parody promoting sepsis awareness and adherence to best practice…at the time.
Interesting to see how SIRS, SEPSIS-3, SOFA/qSOFA enters the next mix…
Advances in the treatment of fever…have not kept pace with the rapid progress in our knowledge of the etiology. In the present condition of bacteriology we may expect great things in the near future, but meanwhile we jog along without any fixed aim, too often carried away by winds of doctrines and wild theories.
William Osler. The study of the Fevers of the South. JAMA. 1896; 21:999–1004 (1896)
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