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March 14, 2023

Despite great improvements in mortality for children under 5, sepsis remains a leading cause of death in young children. The highest incidence and mortality were seen in newborns, with the biggest impact seen in low- and middle-income countries in sub-Saharan Africa and Asia. This episode will highlight how the availability of guidelines, diagnostics, and therapeutics can make a difference in the smallest of patients. Content warning: this episode contains discussions of infant loss.


  • Kamala Thiagarajan - Freelance journalist, Global health and environmental sciences
  • Phoebe Williams - Pediatrician, Infectious Disease Physician, Faculty of Medicine,  University of Sydney
  • Seamus O’Brien - Director of Research and Development, Global Antibiotic Research and Development Program

Articles Mentioned in this Episode

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This podcast is co-created by CIDRAP-ASP and the Antimicrobial Resistance Fighter Coalition (ARFC).

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  • Artist: Derek Sandbeck
  • Song Title: Power Plugs & Superbugs

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