Septic Shock

 The condition which is severe and potentially fatal that occurs when sepsis leads to life-threatening low blood pressure is defined as septic shock. The body usually responds to an infection by releasing inflammatory substances into the bloodstream and these regulates the immune system to fight against the infection. Sepsis occurs when the body shows an overwhelming response to infection. When the body loses control of this responses, then it triggers damaging changes to the organs and as a result dysfunction or complete stoppage of the system occurs. The recognition and prevention of septic shock is vital. If an individual with sepsis shows low blood pressure to the improved fluid treatment, this means that their body has gone into septic shock. Septic shock is a serious condition which also incorporates life-altering complications such as chronic pain, incorrectly functioning organs, and post-traumatic stress disorder  

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