Scientists are looking into the properties of Komodo dragon blood which they believe has antimicrobial properties that can help in wound healing.
Dr. Paul Marik may just have found a way to combat sepsis with just affordable and readily-available ingredients.
The journey to Worcestershire Royal Hospital took 23 minutes. Paramedics suspected Callum had developed sepsis and wanted to take him to Redditch at Alexandra Hospital which was just 1.9 miles away. But they were told not to take patients under 16 to Redditch.
After contracting Necrotising fasciitis surgeons had no choice but to remove Lesley Kane's breast, torso and part of her back in order to save her life. She now needs skin grafts and various treatments to help reconstruct the tissues of her body.
Experts said 400 cases of Meningitis B in under five year olds could have been prevented if they had a vaccination to protect them..
Premature babies have a better shot at survival if their mothers practice skin-to-skin "kangaroo-style" care, a new study reported.
758 hospitals across the United States will be fined for safety incidents, a new Medicare report revealed.
10 years ago, America's health care community dealt heart attacks with gusto by harnessing the power of research and data to make sure that every patient got the best possible care, and it worked.
Researchers have devised a blood-cleansing biospleen device that may radically transform the way doctors treat sepsis.
A new report found that injuries caused by tiny magnet toys have increased over the years.
According to a new study, if hospitals performed fewer blood transmissions, they could reduce the infection rates by 20 percent.
Acupuncture could help prevent fatal inflammatory disease, according to a new study.
A new study found that the severe sepsis mortality rate has declined over the past two decades.
Researchers identified superantigens produced from staph bacteria as the causes of the lethal side effects of endocarditis, a deadly bacterial heart valve infection.
Researchers discovered that the activation of a protein in the body can lead to excessive inflammation, which is harmful to the body.
Researchers from the University of Sheffield School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) are today making a series of recommendations for NHS mental health trusts to change the way they collect and use patient feedback to improve the quality of care for inpatients.