You’ll find a list of relevant literature concerning the wider field of sepsis diagnostics on this page.
This report was prepared by the Parliamentary and Health Service Ombudsman in 2013. The report incorporated the advice of a number of professional bodies including the Royal College of Physicians, the College of Emergency Medicine and the UK Sepsis Trust. Key recommendations focused on improved recognition of sepsis, improved treatment, setting benchmarks for continuous improvement and ensuring that clinical practice is underpinned and informed by relevant research.Read the report
Produced by the Health Protection Agency (now part of Public Health England), these reports provide an overview of trends identified through the HPA’s mandatory reporting scheme for these healthcare associated infections.Read the report
An analysis of trends and distribution in cases of candidaemia, together with the relevant data on antimicrobial susceptibility.Read the report
Published in September 2013, this UK cross-governmental report has the goal of slowing the development and spread of antimicrobial resistance. This is an issue of vital importance to the field of sepsis and bacteraemia, which can often be caused by resistant bacteria such as MRSA and ESBL.Read the report