After surviving an acute phase of sepsis, a patient may continue to struggle with a long list of serious symptoms. The extent of these complications varies…… depending on the severity of sepsis and the length of treatment in an intensive care unit and hospital. Such complications may persist for years after a sepsis episode, often having far-reaching effects on a survivor’s quality of life. The lack of specific, standardised rehabilitation programs for sepsis patients further slows or hinders full recovery.
Source: World Sepsis Day – –