CADTH is undertaking an Environmental Scan to understand current practices for detecting and diagnosing sepsis in remote and rural health care settings across Canada.
The key objectives of this Environmental Scan are:
- To describe the current guidance (i.e., policies, protocols, guidelines) for detecting and diagnosing sepsis in rural and remote health care settings in Canada.
- To describe current practice for detecting and diagnosing sepsis in rural and remote health care settings in Canada and to explore how this compares with recommended practice.
- To identify the diagnostic technologies and other resources available for sepsis detection, diagnosis, and management in rural and remote health care settings in Canada.
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