Blood infection rate in Georgia exceeds national average Blood infection rate in Georgia exceeds national average
The analysis showed that in Georgia, death by blood infection is the most over-indexed cause of death, when compared to the national average. The... Blood infection rate in Georgia exceeds national average

The analysis showed that in Georgia, death by blood infection is the most over-indexed cause of death, when compared to the national average. The age-adjusted mortality rate for blood infection in Georgia of 18.1 deaths per 100,000 people is 44% higher than the national rate of 12.6 per 100,000.

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