What You Should Know About Strep A Right Now

There are a lot of stories in the media about an invasive form of a streptococcal infection. Thus far it has claimed the lives of eight children in the U.K. The bacteria, known as Group A Strep, is a common cause of sore throats, especially in school-aged children, and is often referred to as “strep […]

December 7, 2022» Read more

On September 16, 2022, Ciaran Staunton traveled to Berlin to deliver the keynote address at the World Sepsis Day conference hosted by the Global Sepsis Alliance, titled ‘Making Sepsis a National and Global Health Priority – Celebrating a Decade of World Sepsis Day’. Viewers from 172 tuned in to view the event which was opened […]

December 1, 2022» Read more

We are honored to share that our founders, Ciaran and Orlaith Staunton, have been recognized with the Irish Presidential Award for their steadfast work in the fight against sepsis. A letter for Ireland’s Minister for Foreign Affairs sharing the news reads: “The central and significant role played by you in setting up the Rory Staunton […]

October 13, 2022» Read more

Several weeks ago, we posted an article about a new AI-enabled early-warning system, that has been shown to identify 82% of sepsis cases and reduce mortality by 18.2%. The exciting new technology was developed by researchers at Johns Hopkins University. We were asked us to share our experiences and perspectives in a new profile of […]

October 12, 2022» Read more
Antibiotic resistance and sepsis

Antimicrobial resistance and antibiotic resistance are hot topics these days. Most people don’t know exactly what these terms mean and how they relate to sepsis.  Antimicrobial resistance or antibiotic resistance happens when germs develop the capability to defeat drugs that have been designed to kill them. When this happens, germs continue to grow. Antibiotic resistance […]

October 12, 2022» Read more