PRN: Expert Opinions on Sepsis, Innovations in Reconstructive Surgery, and Medical Trailers in the UK, all in Healthcare Global

Expert Opinions on Sepsis, Innovations in Reconstructive Surgery, and Medical Trailers in the UK, all in Healthcare Global [23-May-2012] NORWICH, England, May 23, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- The May issue of Healthcare Global, the pioneering digital media site for healthcare professionals and executives, is live online and available to read today.

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Expert Opinions on Sepsis, Innovations in Reconstructive Surgery, and Medical Trailers in the UK, all in Healthcare Global

 
[23-May-2012]
 

NORWICH, England, May 23, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --

The May issue of Healthcare Global, the pioneering digital media site for healthcare professionals and executives, is live online and available to read today.

One of the most devastating diseases in the world - Sepsis - is responsible for approximately 10,000 deaths a day, but at the same time, it is one of the least recognised illnesses out there.

This month, Healthcare Global spoke to Dr Konrad Reinhart, the Director and Chairman of the Global Sepsis Alliance, to find out what needs to be done to tackle Sepsis and reduce the impact it has across the globe.

Reinhhart believes that raising awareness of Sepsis and getting people to recognise its symptoms is the key.

"Sepsis can be prevented," he says. "In the developing world it can be prevented by having better sanitation and hygiene processes, improved nutrition, clean water and promoting vaccinations in children.

"But the main way it can be prevented is if it is recognised early and the patient receives adequate measures of treatment. Treatments like antimicrobials and intravenous fluids must be initiated when the first signs of organ dysfunction appear. If they are given in the first few hours the survival rate may be up to 80 percent, but studies suggest with each hour of delay the mortality rate increases by five to eight percent."

Elsewhere in the May issue of Healthcare Global, we've investigated the technological innovations in reconstructive surgery, how healthcare organisation can overcome the skills gap in the industry and looked how medical trailers are transforming patient care in the UK.

You can read all these stories and more at http://www.healthcareglobal.com or by flicking through the Healthcare Global digital magazine.

About Healthcare Global

Healthcare Global is a pioneering digital media site for Healthcare professionals and executives responsible for all aspects of managing this environment. Healthcare Global covers solutions that enable global healthcare executives to improve the way they manage their operations. Healthcare Global is the industry-dedicated arm of the WDM Group. Founded in 2007 by entrepreneur Glen White, WDM Group retains a diversified portfolio of websites, magazines, mobile apps, daily news feeds and weekly e-newsletters that leverage technology to innovatively deliver high-quality content, analytical data, and industry news.

Healthcare Global is headquartered in San Diego, California, with additional offices in Boston, Toronto, Mumbai and Norwich, England. For more information, contact 760-827-7800 or visit http://www.healthcareglobal.com.

Press Contact
Abbie Smith
Healthcare Global
Telephone: +44(0)1603-215-091 (Ext 502)
Email: abbie.smith@wdmgroup.com


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