With new protocols, early diagnosis, treatment improve outcomes

NEW PROTOCOLS: Jenn Anderson with her son Brandon, 10. Brandon has had sepsis several times, but new protocols at Hasbro Children’s Hospital help him get treatment more quickly.
 / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
NEW PROTOCOLS: Jenn Anderson with her son Brandon, 10. Brandon has had sepsis several times, but new protocols at Hasbro Children’s Hospital help him get treatment more quickly.
 / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
Jenn Anderson knew her son had pneumonia when he was admitted to the intensive care unit at Hasbro Children’s Hospital two years ago. She’d become accustomed to regular hospital visits with Brandon, 10, who suffers from serious respiratory infections, seizures, scoliosis and other conditions as a result of a brain abnormality. But this time, a…

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