Study: Pediatric sepsis costs, mortality higher at teaching hospitals

10/29/2013 | Healio (free registration)

Study data presented at the American Academy of Pediatrics conference found the cost of caring for children with sepsis was higher at teaching hospitals than at non-teaching hospitals. Researchers at Sanford School of Medicine found overall pediatric mortality for sepsis, length of stay, average number of procedures and total hospital charges all were lower at non-teaching hospitals than at teaching hospitals.

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