Pharmacists and care staff will be trained to spot sepsis

The Health Secretary wants to boost the awareness of sepsis, which kills 37,000 in England a year. He is also publishing guidelines showing how to recognise warning signs in children.

Jeremy Hunt (pictured) wants to massively boost the awareness of sepsis, which kills 37,000 in England a yearPharmacists and care home staff will be trained to spot sepsis under updated guidelines from Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt.They will be taught to look for symptoms of rapid breathing, a fast heart rate, raised temperature or a rash.The Health Secretary wants to massively boost the awareness of sepsis, which kills 37,000 in England a year.He is also publishing guidelines on the int...