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Sepsis and its Management

Sepsis is a potentially fatal condition brought on by your body's reaction to an infection. Your immune system defends you against a variety of diseases and infections, but it has the potential to overreact in the face of an infection. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimates that there are roughly 1.7 million instances of sepsis each year. Over the past 40 years, sepsis patient survival has increased. However, other from antibiotic therapy, we still don't have a specific molecular therapy for this illness.

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Dr Aklesh Tandekar​

Consultant - Non Invasive Cardiology at Fortis Memorial Research Institute Gurgaon, India

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  • 29th-September-2022, TIME : 5PM-6PM
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Sepsis is a potentially fatal condition brought on by your body's reaction to an infection. Your immune system defends you against a variety of diseases and infections, but it has the potential to overreact in the face of an infection. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimates that there are roughly 1.7 million instances of sepsis each year. Over the past 40 years, sepsis patient survival has increased. However, other from antibiotic therapy, we still don't have a specific molecular therapy for this illness.

webinar
Dr Aklesh Tandekar​
  • 29th-September-2022, TIME : 5PM-6PM
  • 0

Sepsis is a potentially fatal condition brought on by your body's reaction to an infection. Your immune system defends you against a variety of diseases and infections, but it has the potential to overreact in the face of an infection. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimates that there are roughly 1.7 million instances of sepsis each year. Over the past 40 years, sepsis patient survival has increased. However, other from antibiotic therapy, we still don't have a specific molecular therapy for this illness.