Mary Millard | M. Ed, Patient Advocate
Sepsis Survivor

Mary Millard, M. Ed, Patient Advocate, Sepsis Survivor

Mary Millard, M. Ed.  
Mary Millard is a survivor of acute septic shock and lives with multi drug resistant Pseudomonas Aeruginosa residing in biofilm, a hospital-acquired infection she contracted during a lifesaving procedure. She now speaks to congressional panels, hospitals, infection preventionists, and other groups about sepsis awareness, living with the resulting chronic infection, the personal devastation they inflict, and the extreme financial costs for and healthcare facilities.

Appearances:



World Anti-Microbial Resistance Congress USA 2018 - Day 2 @ 09:20

Keynote address: Antimicrobial Therapy for Life-Threatening Infections: Speed is Life – the devastation of a delayed diagnosis

  • We think we know, but do we? What really are the true costs of sepsis? – Mary’s Story, a 360 degree view
  • Earlier targeted antibiotic therapy with T2MR technology: It can be done
  • Utilizing same-day sepsis pathogen ID for faster therapy, enhanced stewardship, improved outcomes in practice
last published: 12/Oct/18 20:55 GMT

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