Every hour doctors fail to follow anti-sepsis protocols, a patient’s likelihood of dying increases, suggests a recent New England Journal of Medicine study.   The authors looked at over 49,000 cases of sepsis—a life-threatening infection complication—and septic shock at 149…

More births in health care facilities in low- and middle- income countries translates to a reduced risk of sepsis to neonates and overall gains in child survival. But poor-quality facilities face grave risks from antimicrobial resistance, write Ramanan Laxminarayan and…