Of the 30 million people who get sepsis each year, 24 million survive. While battling sepsis is difficult, the complications that people face after their ordeals are over can be challenging or even deadly.
“The thing about sepsis, that I can tell you from living experience, is that it’s super-fast,” said Clawson. “When you get sepsis, it’s a downhill turn and turning it back around is not something that’s easy to do.”
Find your way through a scenario involving an infection leading to sepsis. At critical points, you must make choices about what you would do—and just like in real life, the decisions you make can change your ultimate outcome.