Hasbro Children’s Hospital to take part in international sepsis study

THIS SPRING, patients with sepsis who come to Hasbro Children’s Hospital will be enrolled in a comparison study on which fluids are most effective at treating the condition. / COURTESY HASBRO CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL
PROVIDENCE – An international comparison study on fluids used to treat sepsis in children now includes Hasbro Children’s Hospital. Hasbro plans to enroll patients in the PRoMPT BOLUS study this spring. The study, sponsored by the National Institutes of Health and the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, seeks to determine whether normal saline or balanced fluids…

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