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Faces of Sepsis

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Champions of Sepsis

Sepsis Champions stories profile patients and their family members who have worked diligently to raise awareness of sepsis in order to reduce sepsis deaths. Sepsis Champions also features select physicians and hospitals that have taken great initiative in adopting sepsis protocols, early diagnostic testing and other best practices in the identification and management of the septic patient.


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Watch the inspiring video of sepsis survivor Patricia Cragen and her family as they experience a once in a lifetime event at Strike Out Sepsis Day with the St. Louis Cardinals on August 31, 2015.

Patricia Cragen video

See highlights from the Second National Forum on Sepsis, held September 16, 2015 in Washington, DC, and learn more about the Rory Staunton Foundation’s initiatives to raise awareness and knowledge about sepsis.

Second National Forum on Sepsis Highlight video

In treating sepsis, The first hour can be critical and the First 24 can be decisive.

Sepsis can be extremely difficult to diagnose because its primary symptoms mimic the symptoms of several other critical care conditions, including myocardial infarction, pneumonia, pulmonary embolism and other high-morbidity conditions. And because of the aggressive nature of sepsis, diagnosing and initiating treatment of this infection needs to happen as soon as possible. Access to specific information may increase the accuracy of sepsis diagnostics during the critical early stages.

The need for more effective strategies to help manage sepsis is urgent.

This site was developed to increase awareness and share knowledge related to the use of Procalcitonin and other testing techniques and systems that can be used in diagnosing, treating and managing sepsis.