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UF researchers link sepsis to poor long-term outcomes in ‘aged’ patients

Published: Sep 28th, 2017

Specifically, these patients can progress to a condition marked by chronic inflammation and muscle wasting, known as persistent inflammation, immunosuppression and catabolism syndrome, or PICS.

Read the Summer 2017 issue of The Stitch

Published: Aug 31st, 2017

UF researchers hope clinical trial will lead to new sepsis treatment

Published: Aug 22nd, 2017

University of Florida researchers are part of a nationwide clinical trial to evaluate whether an anti-cancer medication can be effective against sepsis and septic shock.

Trauma and Tattoos: Tampa Bay-area man survives devastating motorcycle wreck

Published: Jul 6th, 2017

Kevin Moore’s colorful tattoos serve as a reminder of his motorcycle accident and the care team at University of Florida Health who saved his life.

Surgical research resident Julie Stortz, M.D., receives Shock Society’s New Investigator Award

Surgical research resident Julie Stortz, M.D., receives Shock Society’s New Investigator Award

Published: Jun 9th, 2017

Julie Stortz, M.D., a fourth-year resident with the UF department of surgery, received the New Investigator Award from the Shock Society. The award, which includes a plaque, $650 and a […]

UF Health surgeons save motorcycle crash victim

Published: Aug 23rd, 2016

The sound of the ShandsCair helicopter is something Kevin Moore will never forget.

UF surgeons and graduates initiated as fellows in the American College of Surgeons

UF surgeons and graduates initiated as fellows in the American College of Surgeons

Published: Nov 3rd, 2015

Five UF surgeons and three graduates of UF’s surgical residency program were initiated in October as fellows in the American College of Surgeons. The convocation took place in Chicago, the […]