September is Sepsis Awareness Month. Get Ahead of Sepsis is a national effort to improve sepsis early suspicion and recognition and timely treatment, as well as prevent infections that could lead to sepsis.
September is Sepsis Awareness Month. A topic close to me, as I lost a close family member last October due to Sepsis. She went into the hospital for an unrelated and non-emergency medical procedure. She died two weeks later, in the hospital from Sepsis.
Although, the CDC states that Sepsis begins outside of the hospital for nearly 80% of patients. A CDC evaluation found 7 in 10 patients with sepsis had recently used health care services or had chronic diseases requiring frequent medical care.
Four types of infections are most often associated with sepsis: lung, urinary tract, skin, and gut.
An expert in the field of Common Variable Immune Deficiency, Cunningham-Rundles. Published “The Many Faces of Common Variable Immune Deficiency” in 2012. Research and education of common variable immune deficiency. The unknown, and known. Interesting and knowledgeable as always, as she is a leading expert in the field of Primary Immune Deficiency.
Now you know! What’s the difference!? A lot, mainly A PI is primary, meaning born with it. HIV is acquired (contagious) after birth. Except when a HIV positive parent passes along the HIV virus to the fetus. It’s still HIV not a PI. Serum testing can confirm
A constant, one-sided headache that does not respond to any treatment and last for.weeks.to.months. It’s not a Migraine, in fact typical Migraine Medications make it worse. Guess what? I will save you the legwork because their is a condition and treatment for this debilitating chronic headache! It’s another “rare” diagnosis–because we are lucky like that 😂. There is also ONE treatment that works, and once you find out about it, you will appreciate it. Research is slowly coming out, the new “herbal” supplement is claimed as Melatonin, nope, melatonin did not work for me. Read on…