Available from September 28, 2017 at 00:00 am to November 06, 2017 at 23:59 pm

A generalised infection carried throughout the body via blood - in other words, sepsis - is not well known by doctors and patients. And yet it can kill a healthy person within less than two days, and kills tens of thousands of people per year. The tragic thing is that most people, with fast intervention, can be saved, albeit with life-long consequences. How can we fight it? 

Programme information
  • Presenter: Carolin Matzko, Gunnar Mergner
  • Country:Germany
  • Year:2016