Information you may not know about sepsis that affects pregnant women and diabetics

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Information you may not know about sepsis that affects pregnant women and diabetics, today Tuesday January 21, 2020 7:30 AM

Information you may not know about sepsis that affects pregnant women and diabeticsSepsis is a life-threatening condition due to the body’s response to infection, and when sepsis occurs, the body usually releases chemicals into the bloodstream to fight infection.
Sepsis occurs when the body’s response to these chemicals is unbalanced, leading to changes that can damage several organic systems, according to the Mayo Clinic medical newspaper.
If the development of sepsis develops because of a trauma in the body, the blood pressure drops significantly, and this may lead to death, as sepsis is caused by infection, and can affect anyone.
Sepsis is more common in some people, because when these people develop sepsis, it is more dangerous than their relatives, and they are:
1- Older adults
2- Pregnant women
3- Children under the age of one year.
4- People who have chronic conditions, such as diabetes, kidney or lung disease, or cancer
5- Those who suffer from weak immune systems.
Early treatment for sepsis improves the patient’s condition, as sepsis disease is usually treated with antibiotics, as large amounts of fluids inside the vein, as all of the above increase the chances of survival for a sepsis patient .

This news is from: Echo of the country

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