WebMd: What is Sepsis

Do you know someone or do you have a burn, open wound, weakened immune system or other health related issue?  Are you a caregiver or do you care for yourself?  If so, Do you know what Sepsis is?  We do and we found out the hard way.   My brother in-law, Robert is known to have contracted Sepsis several times in the years that we have been caring for him and it was usually when he became ill, the doctors finally admitted him and he was diagnosed with Sepsis.  Robert takes 41 pills a day for various issues most of which stem from his Epilepsy, this is also what affects his immune system where his body can’t fight off the flu, major colds, etc. and over time they can, I’m not saying 100% will turn into Sepsis which can be a life threating issue.

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If you answered yes to any of the above questions, please keep reading. On May 6, 2017, at 5:05 pm WebMD posted the following article, “Slideshow: What is Sepsis? Symptoms, Treatment, and More.”  I am providing you with the articles site address below.

http://www.webmd.com/a-to-z-guides/ss/slideshow-sepsis-101?ecd=wnl_cbp_050617&ctr=wnl-cbp-050617_nsl-ld stry_1&mb=vFpO96WRq7O5IlSaW5oHNBXFE73IOX1csK6JNrAANJI%3d

Please take the time to learn a little bit about Sepsis, how does it progress, what to look for,  and more.  Do so for yourself, a loved one, for the person you care for or just because.  You could save a life by reading through this small 12 slide post by WebMD.  Thank you for your time and stay safe.

Richard K.                                                                                                                                       iCare Consulting                                                                                                             iCareTalk@@att.net

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