Two NEAS paramedics have been invited to address an international audience in Australia - following their work in tackling one of the biggest killers in the world. Sepsis is a blood disease which kills more than 37,000 people every year in the UK. Graham McClelland and Paul Younger (centre and left in photo) measured the effects of a screening tool which helps identify patients at risk of the condition, while en-route to hospital. The tool resulted in a dramatic ...
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