Sepsis: When an Infection Becomes Life-Threatening
Sep 20, 2018 | 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM
731 Alexander Rd
Anyone can develop sepsis — a potentially life-threatening
complication due to an infection, which can damage multiple organ
systems, causing them to fail — although it is most common and
most dangerous in older adults or those with weakened immune
systems. Join the Chairman of the Department of Emergency
Medicine, Craig Gronczewski, MD, MBA, as he discusses the signs
and symptoms of sepsis, who’s at risk, septic shock and means
to prevent and treat sepsis. Dr. Gronczewski is a member of the
Medical Staff of Princeton Health.
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