Improving outcomes in patients with community-acquired severe sepsis: The role of pre-hospital antibiotics. [ 2017 - 2020 ]

Research Grant

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Researchers: A/Pr Andrew Udy (Principal investigator)

Brief description Severe sepsis occurs when infection causes organ dysfunction. If not treated early, outcomes remain poor. Foremost in effectively treating this condition is the initiation of broad-spectrum antibiotics. This Fellowship will assess the feasibility, efficacy, and safety of pre-hospital antibiotics administered by paramedics to patients with suspected community-acquired severe-sepsis, as a means to improve patient outcomes in this highly vulnerable group.

Funding Amount $AUD 270,292.21

Funding Scheme Early Career Fellowships

Notes Health Professional Research ECF

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