Around 35,000 people in the UK die every year because of sepsis. Let us help with your sepsis and blood poising misdiagnosis claims.
Baby Dies After Sepsis Misdiagnosed As A Tight Nappy
Medics miss sepsis as they diagnose a significant symptom as being caused by a tight nappy.
First lifesaving sepsis team in a UK A&E department
Leicester Royal Infirmary is the first A&E department in the UK to get their own dedicated sepsis team. The unique medical team, the first of its kind to be set up in the country, are based in the department to spot signs of the potentially deadly condition, sepsis. It is important that anyone with sepsis, also known as bloody poisoning, is treated quickly.
Mother Of Five Dies After Sore Elbow Led To Sepsis
A woman was admitted to hospital with an elbow infection and died two days later.
Mother Sues NHS For Losing Limbs From Sepsis
Doctors failed to spot signs of sepsis, 31-year-old mother lost legs, an arm and fingers.
Woman Dies After Medics Fail To Notice Infection Eight Times
A woman dies from sepsis after a surgery wound infection that staff failed to spot on eight different occasions.
The second biggest killer in the UK is on the increase and you probably don't even know what it is
Sepsis has now overtaken lung cancer in the amount of lives it takes, is getting worse in Western countries, and research shows people tend to underestimate how serious it is.