controlling hyperglycemia with insulin significantly reduces sepsis in critically ill patients

A new study suggests that controlling hyperglycemia with insulin significantly reduces sepsis in critically ill patients.

This is important. It's more effective and cheaper to PREVENT sepsis than to try to treat it afterwards.

Hyperglycemia is common in critically ill patients...even in those who DON'T have diabetes.

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