Surviving Sepsis-Patient Stories 

Andrew's story

Dr Chris Subbe discusses Andrew who is a primary school teacher who survived Sepsis in 2012. 

Andrew has become a significant campaigner in Wales for improving Sepsis recogniyion in all aspects of the patient pathway not just in-hospital and was pivotal in the Welsh ambulance service now NEWS scoring. 

Effects of sepsis- another patient story 

Another patient story about surviving sepsis which began with tooth ache. 

He began to feel unwell over a period of a week until it took going to the emergency department for a diagnosis of sepsis to be made. 

He recollects the effect it had on him and the emotional effect it still has now with all of his family especially his wife Christine and sons. 

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