An infection is a state in which microorganisms survive and reproduce in the host’s tissues. In many instances, no noticeable changes(or symptoms) are apparent.
An infectious disease results when the organism produces sufficient tissue damage through many different mechanisms.
Sepsis is a gamut of diseases, where there is a systemic response by the patient or host to a specific infection.
Presentation ranges from non-localised symptoms to very severe signs with attestations of multi-organ dysfunction and septic shock.
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Ala, Oluwafemi . "Sepsis in Sickle Cell Patient (Slide Presentation)" Afribary (2021). Accessed January 26, 2022. https://afribary.com/works/slide-presentation-sepsis-in-sickle-cell-patient