Sepsis: A Case Study

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Sepsis is a possibly life-threatening condition. It is the body 's response to an infection that causes a cascade of events and symptoms that lead to a diagnosis of sepsis. Early diagnosis is crucial in preventing the severe and serious complications that can ensue. Care is supportive and directed at preventing multi-organ failure by promoting aggressive volume resuscitation in order to reverse the effects of tissue hypoxia. Contrastingly, studies show that excessive fluid therapy can lead to increased complications, length of stay in the ICU, and

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