Diagnosed cases of sepsis exceed 18 million a year with 1,400 patients dying daily in the developed world. Rapid treatment is critical to a patient’s recovery and therefore the time taken to diagnose sepsis is key.
This new technique is not dependent upon needing the symptoms of sepsis to be clinically displayed. Instead, a set of biomarkers are used in suspected patients to diagnose the presence of sepsis before the symptoms appear.
This allows the identification of sepsis in a patient much earlier, extending the treatment window and making it more effective.
|i||Therapeutic window extended and mortality rates reduced|
|i||Cost of treatment lowered|
|i||Can discriminate between sepsis, SIRS, and negative controls|
|i||Compatible with RT-qPCR formats for rapid results|
GB grant (2527164)
EP application (15701566.0)
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