With all the development medicine has seen during the recent decades, sepsis is still a deadly condition with no secure and guaranteed cure. It possesses a high risk of resulting in multiple complications, even organ failure and, unfortunately, death. Statistics show that hundreds of thousands of patients die from the illness each year. Experts point out that informative campaigns need to be more extensive, since people often pay too little attention to small infected wounds or shifting blood pressure, yet these may be highly important in diagnosing the condition early and thus increasing the chances of a positive outcome. In order to find out more about sepsis, its possible complications and most commonly used methods of treatment – read this book.