Thursday, September 17, 2020
While technology has been implemented in every facet of patient health, there are always ways to improve on patient care, particularly when it comes to preventative care. 
That’s where the work of Melanie C. Wright, research associate professor with Idaho State University’s College of Pharmacy comes in.
Wright and a team of experts have been working to create an integrated graphical display that would help doctors and nurses more quickly diagnose circulatory shock and sepsis, a life-threatening medical emergency caused by the body’s extreme response to an infection. Read More
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