Session “The Role of Biomarkers in the Early Detection of Sepsis” from the 2024 WSC Spotlight Now Available on YouTube and as a Podcast

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Session 5 from the 2024 World Sepsis Congress Spotlight is now available on YouTube (embedded above) and as a Podcast on Apple Podcasts (search for World Sepsis Congress in your favorite podcast app).

SESSION 5: THE ROLE OF BIOMARKERS IN THE EARLY DETECTION OF SEPSIS

Biomarkers of Relevance in Low-Resource Settings
Andrew Argent, University of Capetown, South Africa

A Patient is Admitted at the Emergency: What to Do?
Rita Murri, Gemelli University of Rome, Italy

Clinical Phenotypes: What Do They Suggest?
Chris Seymour, University of Pittsburgh, United States of America

Biomarkers as Endpoints for Treatment Efficacy
Evangelos J. Giamarellos-Bourboulis, European Sepsis Alliance, Greece

Reducing Antibiotics With a Single Host Biomarker in Neonates Suspected of LOS: The Emeraude Study
Sylvie Pons, Joint Research Unit Hospices Civils de Lyon – bioMérieux, France

Sessions are released weekly on Tuesdays. The next session will be ‘Detecting Sepsis in the Ventilated Patient’ on June 11, 2024.