Sepsis

What is Sepsis?

Sepsis is a life-threatening reaction to an infection.

Sepsis (also known as blood poisoning) is the immune system’s overreaction to an infection or injury. Normally our immune system fights infection – but sometimes, for reasons we don’t yet understand, it attacks our body’s own organs and tissues.

 

If not treated immediately, sepsis can result in organ failure and death. Yet with early diagnosis, it can be treated with antibiotics.

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Sepsis Collaborative

Further information on the Sepsis collaborative and useful information can be found by clicking on the button below:

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