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Warwick Davis 4 Nov 18
Please think about this message, remember it and ALWAYS ask this question if you or someone you are with feels feverish or is shivering and feeling really unwell. It could save a life!
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NHS England North 13 Sep 18
Today is . Without quick treatment, sepsis can lead to multiple organ failure and death. It's vital that it is detected quickly. Read more on symptoms here:
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laura roche Oct 19
Great day at the . Enjoyed listening to all the wonderful speakers . Especially well done to who reminded us why we do what we do. Your story really touched us all ❤️❤️
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Margarida Pacheco (Maggie) 17 Apr 18
Today Maggie wants 2tell U that Sepsis is not only present when high temperature is present & we should not discard the diagnosis based of the absence of it! “Sepsis can be present with high/low/normal temperature”
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Petra Jan 9
Always here is ours on Stratford ward it’s great to come on the shift and see our sepsis trolley in full use 😊😊
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Juliet Pearce 30 Apr 18
Great to see so many staff taking advantage of the sepsis awareness session today
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University Hospitals of Derby and Burton NHS FT 8 Nov 18
Staff in our Emergency Department at QHB are proudly wearing the “Sepsis Lead” badges. Our staff are trained to and we’ve introduced a number of initiatives to make sure we assess, identify and treat patients with sepsis as quickly as possible!
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Sammy Davis Apr 27
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Laura McInerney Sep 13
Replying to @miss_mcinerney
Sepsis kills more people each year than breast and testicular cancer put together. It can affect anyone, at any age, as the result of any infection. Even just a simple one caused by a cut. It’s random. It’s serious. You need to watch out for it.
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Melissa Mead MBE Feb 19
Any test that is going to detect much more quickly will always be welcomed. However, we must remember that in order for a HCP to do the test they must first
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Emma Sisk 13 Sep 18
My grandma died of sepsis last year. There's so little known about sepsis and its symptoms are often misdiagnosed as the flu. Have a look at the symptoms list and next time a friend or relative gets ill,
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#hellomynameisSharon 14 Oct 17
When our sepsis nurse tries a bit of photobombing with 🤣🤣🤣🤣
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Sammy Davis Sep 13
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Anne Hunt Sep 12
is a life threatening condition where the body’s response to infection injures it’s own tissues & organs. It is not necessary to prove infection is present to prompt a screen for sepsis in any patient you suspect has infection
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Chris Subbe Oct 26
This remains best practice! but don’t overlook other conditions
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Nicola Taylor 10 Oct 18
Day 3 Acute Care Skills . New starters learning
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UHB IPC Team 23 Nov 17
We are proud to reveal our lovely new shiny trolleys for our admissions ward. Thanks to the hard work of @kerrytwin1 and the CDU team
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Jo Scott Mar 13
This is so sad, this poor little girl and her family 😪 So grateful that when Jake was ill that the GP sent us straight to hospital and the doctor on the children’s ward immediately recognised Jake’s poor condition and started intravenous antibiotics immediately.
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GreenbrookHealthcare Feb 8
Melissa Mead MBE will be with & Dr Ron Daniels BEM talking about their latest campaign . Melissa's son William died of Sepsis. commissioned this film for its staff. at 2.45pm today Video:
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Marian Knight May 13
Culture confirmed systemic infection after operative vaginal birth also reduced from 1.5% to 0.6% by a single dose of prophylactic antibiotic
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