Sepsis has been shown to cause serious morbidity and high mortality. Early prediction will enable clinicians to make critical decision and initiate prompt management. This book is suitable for clinicians, paramedics, medical healthcare provider (especially those come from low-middle income countries), medical students, and researchers interested in sepsis research. Each chapter contain useful data which could be applied to our local setting (low-middle income countries. This book can be referred as a handbook for sepsis management to inspire opportunities for future research in this area.
Associate Professor Dr Tan Toh Leong is a Senior Lecturer and Emergency Physician who currently works at the Department of Emergency Medicine, National University of Malaysia. His research interest is in Sepsis, Infection, Emergency Critical Care, Translational Research, Point-of-care test, Molecular Biology, and Antibiotic stewardship. He is currently a member of the Asia Pacific Sepsis Alliance steering committee which aims to work with all interested parties and countries to enact the 2017 WHA resolution, WHO, to improve the outcomes of patients with sepsis in the Asia Pacific region. He is also currently the President for Malaysian Sepsis Alliance.
Dr Lim Jun Yi is a medical officer graduate from National University of Malaysia who currently works with the Ministry of Health Malaysia.