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Hello My Name is Charlotte ❤️ Jun 15
Having a real “I love my job” moment ❤️ I love being part of something that makes a real difference for our patients at ❤️ in regards to Sepsis, we have come a long way and I am so proud to be part of that alongside my colleague
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Sepsis Improvement Jun 9
Today is my birthday, always a reminder of one of the last conversations I ever had with my dad. He died of sepsis soon after. It wasn’t recognised. He missed my wedding, buying my first house. By just thinking sepsis we give everyone a chance. .
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Margarida Pacheco Apr 17
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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GOSH Q&S 23 Jan 17
Meet the Sepsis 6! These actions should be taken within 1 hour of suspecting Sepsis. Resources available on GOSH Web
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Georgina Duncan Sep 11
Sepsis. Frankly b****y awful. NHS saved my life. Recognise signs, seek advice & get treatment. Don't leave it too late
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daimon wheddon Jun 21
I would urge all healthcare professionals to look at the link and also view the video at the bottom of the page. It’s a very powerful and sad account about the actor Jason Watkins and his wife’s lovely daughter
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Tim Fooks Apr 25
Great event, brilliantly organised, with a powerful reminder from Melissa Mead why every clinician seeing a sick child must
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Sepsis Nurse Lister 19 Jun 17
Always pay attention to concerns expressed by the person/carers e.g. Changes from usual behaviour
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Helen Apr 27
I felt embarrassed going to A&E in an ambulance, even though on GP instructions, bc I thought I just had bad stomach flu. It wasn't flu, it was . If I hadn't got over my embarrassment and let dial 999, I would not be here now
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The UK Sepsis Trust 21 Mar 16
Reminder to healthcare professionals: please do !
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Sepsis Nurse Lister Jul 18
Unveiling our new banner awareness resources
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Tasha Starkey May 3
Attended a patient triggering red on the sepsis tool. BP⬇️⬇️⬇️ HR ⬆️⬆️ RR⬆️ SPO2 ⬇️ as well as other concerns. IV access, fluid bolus and alerted to hospital.
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Steven Dykes 14 Nov 16
It affects over 10,000 children every year in the UK
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CDC 27 Sep 16
Early detection of sepsis symptoms is key. & seek medical attn immediately. Ask “Could this be sepsis?”
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Resus DGNHS FT Apr 19
Great to collaborate with yesterday teaching our nursing students about sepsis, recognition and escalation of the deteriorating patient
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Sepsis Nurse Lister 19 Jun 17
Take extra care when assessing people if they cannot give a good history
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Teresa Marshall Jan 30
Looking forward to representing MUH & The Sepsis programme at National Office of Clinical Audit Conference tomorrow at the RCSI , , ,
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World-Sepsis-Day 4 Sep 16
Could it be SEPSIS? This is the question...💭💭💭 .
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Martin Biggs 3 Apr 17
Fantastic talk by Dr Ron Daniels on @kerrytwin1
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Wendy Sinclair RN 26 May 16
for working tirelessly to raise awareness of sepsis. Please give your support :-)
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