Sepsis (blood poisoning) occurs when bacteria get out of the bloodstream. Then the body starts swelling. In some cases, the answer becomes very powerful; As a result, it is called a cytokine storm, a seizure shock and the loss of organs, a life threatening situation.
Blood poisoning often occurs very quickly, sometimes in a few hours.
People with a bad immune system, older or already sick, are especially vulnerable. Often, blood poisoning occurs after another infection, such as influenza.
Common symptoms include fever, coldness, breathing, palpitations, lethargy and confusion, stomach pain and diarrhea and relaxation.
Source: Care Guide 1177