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What is Sepsis?

Learn More About Sepsis


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. Watch 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. Watch Video >


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Sepsis: Know From Day One.

Anyone can get sepsis at any time in their lives. The disease can be extremely difficult to diagnose, as the primary symptoms mimic the symptoms of other critical care conditions. In treating sepsis, the first hour can be critical, the first 24 can be decisive; though risk can be assessed for the first 96. This site is meant to serve as a resource for patients, nurses and doctors to learn everything they need to know about sepsis: from early diagnosis to risk assessment over time. 

  • Sepsis Information & Diagnosis
  • Procalcitonin
  • Diagnostic Systems
  • Patient Education
  • Nurses Know Sepsis™
  • Physician Education
  • News
  • Events