My WebMD Sign In, Sign Up

Sepsis

Also called: Septicemia

Following Topic Unfollow Topic | 0 Following

 

Below is a list of questions with answers, relevant to the Topic you are interested in.

Q.
A.
Hi, so as you have not said, which one has it, but you find its not contagious, its like this.Sepsis is a life-threatening illness caused by the body...
Posted:
0 of 0 found this helpful
Q.
A.
Hi Look its a bit involved, so if you just google this, fecal transplantation, you find all the answers your looking for, but there saying its the...
Posted:
0 of 0 found this helpful
Q.
A.
Sepsis is NOT contagious, but the microorganism is capable of being transferred in many ways. Exposure does not necessarily mean that you will...
Posted:
35 of 41 found this helpful
Q.
A.
Hi, Found this very interesting site, packed with lots of info that should help you, should give you all the answers that your looking for.The Link...
Posted:
2 of 3 found this helpful
Q.
A.
As much as I would like to offer you some profound insight, this cannot be done blindly over the Internet. I do not know anything about this person...
Posted:
0 of 0 found this helpful
Q.
A.
Wow. So many issues here. Where to begin?I think there may be some miscommunication going on. Sepsis is a life-threatening condition that normally...
Posted:
5 of 9 found this helpful
Q.
A.
I am not sure what your question is but your blood pressure and heart rate are normal. Unless you are having symptoms of low blood pressure, such as...
Posted:
5 of 6 found this helpful
Q.
A.
I do not know know why UTI are so common in PD, but do not believe it is from the PD or the medications. I believe it is from a tendency to...
Posted:
9 of 11 found this helpful
Q.
A.
In almost every case of sepsis, patients need to be hospitalized, treated with appropriate intravenous antibiotics, and given therapy to support any...
Posted:
195 of 206 found this helpful
Q.
A.
The prognosis of patients with sepsis is related to the severity or stage of sepsis, as well as to the underlying health status of the patient. For...
Posted:
352 of 371 found this helpful
Q.
A.
Unfortunately, both medical personnel and laypeople have used these terms interchangeably and then linked them to either a particular organism...
Posted:
35 of 39 found this helpful
Q.
A.
Sepsis is a potentially dangerous or life-threatening medical condition, found in association with a known or suspected infection (usually, but not...
Posted:
62 of 72 found this helpful
Q.
A.
The majority of cases of sepsis are due to bacterial infections, some are due to fungal infections, and very few are due to other causes of...
Posted:
21 of 25 found this helpful
Q.
A.
Clinically, the patient needs to fit at least two of the SIRS criteria and have a suspected or proven infection. Definitive diagnosis depends on a...
Posted:
38 of 43 found this helpful
Q.
A.
Risk factors that lead to sepsis can be reduced by many methods. Perhaps the most important way to reduce the chance for sepsis is to first prevent...
Posted:
33 of 36 found this helpful