A lot of NYC hospitals want a non-invasive protocol for severe sepsis treatment. This is the one we are working on. If you get a chance take a look and tell me what you think in the comments section. I personally would be going invasive on many of these patients. But when surveyed, many ED docs have made it clear that they will not be placing central lines in normotensive patients.
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