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Halden F. Scott, MD, MSCS '19 and Justin M. Lockwood, MD, MSCS '18

Antibiotic Therapy Delays Can Increase Risk in Sepsis Cases: Findings by Scott, Lockwood

Halden F. Scott, MD, MSCS '19, associate professor of pediatrics, and Justin M. Lockwood, MD, MSCS '18, assistant professor of pediatrics, are co-authors of an original investigation published June 5 by JAMA Network Open that describes findings indicating long delays in antibiotic therapy are associated with increased risk of mortality among children with sepsis. The cohort study included 19,515 pediatric patients at 51 U.S. children’s hospitals from Jan. 1, 2017, through Dec. 31, 2021.

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