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The term maternal sepsis refers to sepsis occurring during pregnancy, childbirth and puerperium. It encompasses a complicated clinical scenario due to the presence of an additional patient (the fetus) and significant pregnancy-related alterations in cardiorespiratory, immunological and metabolic functions.

This section includes:

  • Maternal Sepsis
  • Prevention
    • Risk Factors
  • Early Identification and Initial Response

Section 3: Maternal Sepsis

This document was updated in September 2015

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