The Sepsis Alliance, an advocacy organization based in the United States, working to save lives and reduce suffering from sepsis has recently posted a story that highlights the effects of maternal sepsis on women after a Caesarean section. Read on.
After the 70th World Health Assembly resolution on improving the prevention, diagnosis, and management of sepsis, different departments within WHO have been working in this pursuit. In mid-January WHO launched a new page on sepsis, and the Department of Reproductive Health and Research now has a special page focusing on maternal sepsis.
You can also access these sub-sites through the Resources page on the GLOSS website.