Site icon

New study links vitamin C therapy to better survival rates after sepsis

Read Time:25 Second

New research published in the October issue of the Journal of the American Medical Association suggests that patients with sepsis and septic lung injury could have a better chance of survival and recover more quickly when treated with vitamin C infusions. On average, the vitamin C group spent three fewer days in the ICU at day 28 and a week less in the hospital overall by day 60 than the placebo group.

Source: New study links vitamin C therapy to better survival rates after sepsis

Exit mobile version