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Patients with Septic Shock Experience Better Outcomes When Their Heart Rates Were Lower, New Study Finds

Researchers at Intermountain Medical Center, along with researchers from four other centers, including Harvard Medical School, have found that patients with a lower heart rate who are in septic shock have a better chance of survival than those with an abnormally rapid heart rate.
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(Intermountain Medical Center) Study finds patients with a lower heart rate who are in septic shock have a better chance of survival than those with an abnormally rapid heart rate.

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