What is sepsis?
Sepsis is a life-threatening illness that occurs when the body's immune system attacks its own tissues and organs in response to infection.
What are the indicators of sepsis?
- faster heart rate
- blood pressure that is too low
- higher rate of breathing
- urine discharge that is minimal or non-existent.
- excruciating discomfort
What is the cause of sepsis?
An immune response induces with bacterial, viral, fungal, or parasitic infection.
Is sepsis a contagious disease?
No. Sepsis is not spreadable. On the contrary, the underlying illness that causes sepsis could be communicable.
What can one avoid getting sepsis?
- Maintain appropriate hygiene.
- Avoid infections.
- If you have an open wound, follow your clinical recommendations for keeping it clean, dry, and covered.
- Understand sepsis's syndromes.
Who is at risk of developing sepsis?
- young or old adults
- person having
- cancer, plasma cells cancer
- diabetic complications
- a significant traumatic event
- lung disease