Highlighting post-sepsis syndrome

In its latest issue, the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) highlights the long-term health impacts and recovery faced by patients who have survived sepsis. Around one-third of survivors will require additional hospitalisation within 3 months of their initial sepsis treatment. These patients have weakened immune systems and are…

Examining genetic markers in sepsis

Septic shock is a serious complication of sepsis, affecting 15 thousand Australians annually, with a global mortality rate of up to 50%. Occurring when blood pressure is dangerously low, septic shock starves organs and can rapidly lead to multiple organ failure or death. Adding to the severity of the condition…

Sepsis Explained in 3 Minutes

To mark World Sepsis Day, the Global Sepsis Alliance has produced a short video explaining what sepsis is, and how to identify and treat it. Please share this video with friends, family, and colleagues. It may one day save their lives.

WSC Spotlight

The Global Sepsis Alliance and the World Health Organization have joined forces to host the World Sepsis Congress (WSC) Spotlight: Maternal and Neonatal Sepsis on September 12th, 2017. The WSC Spotlight is a free online congress in which 25 renowned experts from all around the world will give presentations on…

Sepsis training in action

On Friday 11 August, the Australian Sepsis Network (ASN) took part in a sepsis quality improvement workshop at Manly Hospital, led by Dr Matt Morgan, an Intensive Care specialist. Originally from the United Kingdom, Dr Morgan’s work includes a focus on simulation and education to guide improved clinical care.  …