World Sepsis Day 2018

After recently recovering from severe sepsis shock, Garry McGivern is more than happy to promote World Sepsis Day 2018. I was one of the lucky ones. Luckily the nurses and doctors in St Richard’s Hospital, Chichester, recognised the symptoms and placed me in an induced coma.

Unfortunately, not everybody will be as lucky as I was, which is why it’s important to Promote World Sepsis Day. World Sepsis Day occurs every year on the 13th of September.
Sepsis aware poster

Every 3.5 seconds, someone in the world dies of sepsis. In the UK alone, 44,000 people lose their lives to sepsis every year. This is more than breast, bowel & prostate cancer combined. Today is World Sepsis Day. Please spread the symptoms of sepsis far and wide.

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2 Replies to “World Sepsis Day 2018”

  1. Hi Garry! You’ve got a new mission. It’s the toxic world we live in. Thousands of people will die this Winter. It’s enough to drive you to drink.
    Best wishes – Malc.

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