As part of World Sepsis Day, Great Western Hospital held an event last Friday and invited, as guest of honour, Ann Brady, who developed septicaemia last August.  Her life was saved by the care and skill she received at the hospital.

Sepsis kills more than 37,000 people a year.  It can develop from a minor infection or even a bite and see the body attack its own organs and tissue.

For more about this story, see This is Wiltshire or Great Western Hospital’s website

World Sepsis Day website