This World Health Organization (WHO) report highlights the public health impact of sepsis, with a particular focus on specific populations and those seeking healthcare, and we propose future directions and priorities in sepsis epidemiology research. Sepsis has many faces and can be a life-threatening condition, but it is potentially preventable and reversible. Research and policy-makers must be ready to forge partnerships to stimulate funding and help place sepsis more firmly on the list of critical health conditions to target in the pursuit of universal health coverage.
WHO: Global report on the epidemiology and burden of sepsis. Current evidence, identifying gaps and future directions (2020) https://apps.who.int/iris/bitstream/handle/10665/334216/9789240010789-eng.pdf
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