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.
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…)
According to the CDC, of the 154 million prescriptions for antibiotics written in doctors' offices and emergency departments each year, 30% are unnecessary.12
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