Sepsis Awareness Month Events
September is Sepsis Awareness Month. Learn how CHA is focusing attention on pediatric sepsis, and find resources and events.
STAT Article Features Sepsis Collaborative Work
A national news article released today explores what makes sepsis a leading killer of children and how 44 children’s hospitals are working with CHA to improve the diagnosis and survival rate from sepsis by 75 percent.
Pediatric Sepsis Patient Stories
Read compelling stories of how early recognition and treatment of sepsis saves lives. The sepsis stories project is part of the Improving Pediatric Sepsis Outcomes collaborative, a multi-year quality initiative to significantly reduce sepsis-related mortality and morbidity across children’s hospitals.
Stages of Sepsis in Children
Sepsis can progress very quickly in children's small bodies. Learn the signs and symptoms of sepsis stages.
What is Sepsis?
Sepsis, often called blood poisoning, can start with a simple scrape or surgery, and is a leading cause of death in hospitalized children.