10 most-read sepsis stories in 2018 

About 1.7 million Americans develop sepsis annually, and nearly 270,000 die from the condition, according to the CDC.

In 2018, stories highlighting innovative treatments and advances in sepsis care most captured readers' attention.

Here are the 10 most-read stories on sepsis published since Jan. 1:

1. Pennsylvania hospital makes escape room for sepsis staff training

2. Duke University Hospital to roll out AI system for sepsis

3. 50 states ranked by sepsis care quality

4. CMS to publicly report hospitals' sepsis performance in July

5. How a mix of vitamins and steroids could cure sepsis: 6 things to know

6. Controversial sepsis study sparks concerns over patient safety

7. Hospital Compare spotlights hospitals' sepsis performance

8. 15 latest findings on sepsis

9. Blood test seeks to accelerate sepsis diagnoses

10. 'AI Clinician' outperforms physicians in treating sepsis patients

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