Sepsis (Blood Infection) (cont.)
The risk of sepsis can be reduced in children by following recommended immunization schedules.
Hospital related infections leading to sepsis can be decreased by strictly following hand washing and hygiene protocols.
Medically Reviewed by a Doctor on 11/13/2014
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