Infection: Type like bacteria viral or fungal can lead to sepsis ,infection that more commonly results in sepsis include infection of lungs such as pneumonia, kidney, bladder and other part of the urinary system ,digestive system. Blood stream (bacteriamia)catheter sites wound or burns Risk factors Several factors increase the risk of sepsis including Older age Infancy very common Compromised immune system Diabetes Chronic kidney or liver disease Admission to intensive care unit or longer hosiptal stays Previous use of antibiotics Invasive devices, such as intravenous catheters or breathing tubes  Complications As sepsis worsen blood flow to vital organs such as your brain ,heart and kidney sepsis may cause abnormal blood clothing that result in small clots or burst blood vessels that damage or destroy tissues Treatment for sepsis Early aggressive treatment increase the livehood of recovery People who have sepsis require close monitoring and treatment in a hospital intensive care unit life saving measures may be needed to stabilized breathing and heart function

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