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When children are critically ill, their bodies are not good at fighting off germs. Because they are much more likely to get an infection, we need to protect them, just as we protect newborns.
Your nurses, doctors and therapists at the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU) need your help in limiting the number of visitors and keeping your child’s surroundings as clean as possible. For your child’s safety, follow these four guidelines:
Sepsis kills more than 6 million infants and young children worldwide each year. Learn how you can help fight this deadly infection.
Learn more about the guidelines for visiting the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit at Cincinnati Children's.
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