Why do we call this "The Other Side of Chaos"

 

Why do we call this "The Other Side of Chaos"

 

Sepsis presents differently in many people. Often times emergency rooms have no idea what they are dealing with. This is why education is so critical. Time truly saves lives.

 

When a patient is admitted to an emergency room there are protocols or codes in place. Right now there is no "Code Sepsis". If your hospital doesn't see a lot of sepsis patients there could be chaos for the family and the patient.

 

The patient is caught between the chaos going on around them and the chaos the disease is causing within them. 

Hear from an artist, storyteller, and purveyor of hugs what it

is/was like to have one of her most valuable tools almost taken away. Her hands.

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