Sepsis can and does affect people of all ages. The very young and those who already have a chronic health problem or a compromised immune system are at .
Sepsis disproportionally affects older adults with more than 60% of sepsis diagnoses attributed to adults aged 65 years and older. Identifying, diagnosing, and.
Sepsis in older adults has many challenges that affect rate of septic diagnosis, treatment, and monitoring parameters. Numerous age-related.