Rhode Island Hospital conducting $2M sepsis research project

RHODE ISLAND HOSPITAL is funding a $2 million research project on sepsis, a common complication of COVID-19. / COURTESY RHODE ISLAND HOSPITAL
PROVIDENCE – Armed with a five-year, $2 million grant from Rhode Island Hospital, two critical care physicians are looking for new and more-effective treatments for sepsis, a complication that can develop in people who are severely ill from COVID-19. Principal investigator Dr. Sean Monaghan, a trauma and critical care surgeon with Brown Surgical Associates, is working…

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