“Killing the Kidneys” with Empiric Therapy?

A recent Pharmacy Practice News article ran with the jarring headline: “Killing the Kidneys to Save the Patient.”1 It drives at an issue facing many hospitals today: widespread use of antibiotics are at times negatively impacting kidney function – because hospitals have such limited data, they struggle to make timely appropriate antibiotic therapy choices. 

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World Sepsis Day: Sepsis survivors that inspired us this year

Welcome to the first ever T2Blog, an initiative that we take excitedly and seriously. We are excited to create a space where readers can keep up with T2. We are privileged to play a part in fighting sepsis with game-changing diagnostic technology that detects bloodstream infections and may prevent the progression to sepsis. Sepsis is a serious condition and we are serious about having a stake in the sepsis community. Throughout these blogs, we will address inspiring patient stories, challenges in sepsis management, T2’s technology, initiatives, and advancements in the field. So here goes!  (more…)

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