Signs of Sepsis

What are the signs of sepsis you should never ignore?

If you, a loved one, or in the case of medical professionals their patient, feels “severely sick”, doesn’t appear to be themselves and shows any of the following symptoms, sepsis should be suspected:

weakness
loss of appetite
fever and chills
thirst
difficult or rapid breathing
rapid heart rate
low blood pressure
low urine output

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sabrinamainisra

I have established this forum to discuss real life accounts and experiences surrounding sepsis. The symptoms are not easily identifiable. By discussion and sharing experiences we can learn from one another and hopefully save lives.

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