Ten months ago I was rushed to hospital with #sepsis
My doctor spotted it and acted immediately, I owe him my life.
Today is @WorldSepsisDay - please take ten minutes out of your day to familiarise yourself with the symptoms #savealife #sepsiskills https://t.co/rgdfzvMDrX
Today is World Sepsis Day. Very nearly 5 years ago I became aware of sepsis in the hardest way imaginable. Please, be vigilant. Look at the signs. When in doubt, ask “Could it be sepsis?” @UKSepsisTrust #WorldSepsisDay #doodleaday https://t.co/fR6yqpEYyt
Today is World Sepsis day, in December 2019 I was told by my surgeon that if I hadn’t made it to hospital when I did then 6-8 hours later I wouldn’t be here now. It also triggered two bouts of Necrotising Fasciitis.
I count myself one of the lucky ones. 👊🏻
Today is #WorldSepsisDay.
Sepsis may lead to shock, multi-organ failure, and death, especially if not recognised early & treated promptly. Featured on the hub today, the @WorldSepsisDay website, which has a number of different resources on sepsis.
Day 13 #urologyawarenessmonth today is also world 🌍 sepsis day 22 so today I’m talking about sepsis which I’ve had sepsis quite a few times this picture is Christmas 2016 Boxing Day I was enjoying the day with my family the next I was in hospital fighting for my life #sepsis https://t.co/CmtLcefAjv
Today is World Sepsis Day and we are raising awareness of #sepsis and the role of diagnostic tests in diagnosing and managing this life threatening condition.
Sepsis is a common and potentially lethal condition triggered by an infection 🧵 #WorldSepsisDay https://t.co/tSw12K52JQ