World Sepsis Day
It’s World Sepsis Day on Friday 13th September – a day to raise awareness of Sepsis.
Sepsis affects about 30 million people per year and kills between 6 – 9 million so it’s something we all need to be aware of. Despite it being a medical emergency sepsis is still not getting the attention it deserves.
Awareness saves lives.
Check out the video for signs and symptoms and learn what sepsis is, how to identify and treat it. By knowing the signs and symptoms lives can be saved.
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