Sepsis Problem Statement

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Sepsis is applied to an abnormal bodily condition when body reacts and function against itself under the condition of infection. In this state body starts to make injuries to its own organs and tissues. The symptoms of Sepsis may include physical as well as psychological signs which may include increased heart rate, increased breath rate, fever and psychological symptoms may include anxiety, confusion and depression in some cases. Sepsis is a highly dangerous condition and may lead to death in most of the cases if not properly treated or late treated. However, sepsis may vary in its severity in some cases it induces abnormal bodily and organs functions such low rate of blood flow, as low bodily temperature and poor organ activities (Dellinger…show more content…
Types of bacteria known as gram negative bacteria were once primary cause of Sepsis. The recovery from Sepsis largely depends upon period of diagnosis as, in the case of early diagnosis, the chances are high for safe and speedy recovery. However, condition may get severe if diagnostic processes performed with any delay. The fact motivates me to propagate that public awareness should initiated so that timely diagnosis can be carried out because nothing much can be done once Sepsis progresses to higher stage. Therefore, my problem statement is to instigate public awareness so that they may quickly respond to condition like Sepsis (Mendonça et al,…show more content…
So, seeing these effects of Sepsis, evidence-based strategies have been put in effect. Since 2004 evidence-based practices are in force to restrict the wide and damaging effects of Sepsis. In this manner, evidence-based therapies are being use to make an effective and timely response to this fatal conditions and its relative effects. Some treatment methods based on researches have been recommended that are to be implemented after the onset of symptoms. Evidence based educational and management strategies have been present sine long period of time but, however, these strategies have not attracted much attention and adherence (Levy et al,
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