Sepsis is potentially fatal life threating complication of infection with whole body inflammation. Sepsis occurs when chemicals released into the blood to fight infection trigger inflammation. It can either be termed as septicemia. The majority of cases of sepsis aredue to bacterial infections. Sepsis can either be treated by intravenous antibiotics, hospitalization and also by therapies to support any organ dysfunction. The non-medical term Blood poisoning refers to medical condition called sepsis. Treatment of sepsis, early diagnosis and Prevention of infections are the best ways to prevent sepsis or reduce the problems sepsis causes. Depending on the severity of sepsis the prognosis depends.
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Last date updated on July, 2014