How To Recognise Sepsis In Children Under Five and What Action To Take

25 January 2017
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Sepsis is a surprisingly common condition that can affect many organs in the body and can also cause blood poisoning. If overlooked and left untreated, sepsis can prove fatal, especially in children. Sepsis is usually caused by bacterial infections, although it can also be triggered by viral or fungal infections. So, what warning signs should you be aware of and what should you do if you think your child under five has sepsis? Read More