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You can’t always prevent sepsis, which is a rapid, whole-body response to illness, but you can lower your risk of developing it. Here are some tips from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
We tend to think of a hospital as a place to go to get better. But many patients who develop sepsis do so after being admitted to a hospital.
Although the majority of people will not receive testing for swine flu, there are certain groups that should be tested: if you are at high risk for developing complications from the flu, if you have a compromised immune system or if you are in the ho...