Survive Sepsis will allow you to appreciate the significance of sepsis, spot septic patients, contribute to the delivery of international care bundles and understand when to refer to critical care.

In recent years, healthcare professionals have come to accept that the recognition, diagnosis and immediate management of sepsis demand improvement. Sepsis is a spectrum of disease. In its least severe form, 1 in 10 sufferers may die. Severe sepsis claims around 1 in 3 patients lives, and in septic shock, the chances of survival are only 1 in 2. Not all, but a number of these deaths could be prevented by early recognition and immediate intervention using therapies that are widely available.