GPs risk missing sepsis by holding appointments via Skype, health chief warns

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FAMILY doctors risk missing deadly sepsis by holding appointments via Skype, a health chief has warned. Dr Susan Hopkins, of Public Health England, said increased use of video consultations pose a threat to patients. GPs should physically examine those who are feared to have the blood infection — which kills around 46,000 people a year […]
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