Sepsis Prevention

Sepsis is a life-threatening and often overwhelming response to infection resulting in organ damage, tissue necrosis, and even death. It’s the sixth leading cause of hospital admissions in the US, ahead of heart attack, stroke, and kidney failure. More than one million severe sepsis cases in the United States occur each year, while nearly a…

Sepsis Testing

Blood tests are used to see if there is a possibility that a patient is suffering from sepsis. Blood tests usually show how healthy your immune system is, from how well your digestive system works to the risk of infection. These are among the most common blood tests given to patients who exhibit possible sepsis…

Treating Sepsis

There are numerous ways of treating sepsis. Some of these methods may be more effective than others. Still, they all involve trying to make sure that you don’t have a large number of bacteria floating around in your system and also try to ensure that you’re not breathing through your mouth, which will help prevent…