Nursing Home Complaint Center Now Urges Family Members Of A Nursing Home A Patient To Get Up To Speed On Sepsis And To Call Them If Sepsis Has Been Diagnosed

The Nursing Home Complaint Center is the premier US advocate for victims of severe nursing home abuse, neglect, and wrongful death. The group is now urging family members, or loved ones of nursing home patients to be on the lookout for bedsores. The group considers an untreated bedsore to be a bad sign-that left unchecked, and untreated could develop into sepsis, and literally kill the nursing home patient-loved one in a couple of weeks. The Nursing Home Complaint Center fears many nursing home patients never get their diapers changed, or are never properly cleaned, and as a result they develop a specific type of infection called sepsis, or they go into septic shock, and they die. These deaths should have never happened. If a family member has proof of nursing home abuse, or neglect that resulted in a premature death, or severe injury of a loved one that involves sepsis, or septic shock, they should contact the Nursing Home Complaint Center immediately at 866-714-6466. http://NursingHomeComplaintCenter.Com

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if a loved one is sent from a nursing home to a hospital ER, or is now in a hospital ICU, we want the family to ask if sepsis, or septic shock has been diagnosed

(PRWEB) November 26, 2012

The Nursing Home Complaint Center believes nursing home patients dying of sepsis, or septic shock is preventable, and they are urging family members of any nursing home patient who has a actual diagnosis involving sepsis, septic shock, and or pressure sores, also called pressure ulcers to call them for the names of national caliber law firms that can help. The Nursing Home Complaint Center says, "We need every family member, or loved one of a nursing home patient in the United States to be super vigilant about bed sores, or pressure sores, and if a loved one is sent from a nursing home to a hospital ER, or is now in a hospital ICU, we want the family to ask if sepsis, or septic shock has been diagnosed. Sepsis is preventable, and we are going to make a really big deal about thousands of our nations senior citizens needlessly dying each year from a lethal infection that should have been prevented." If a family member, or loved one has died in a US nursing home from sepsis, or now has sepsis, or is in septic shock please call the Nursing Home Complaint Center at 866-714-6466, or contact the group via its web site at http://NursingHomeComplaintCenter.Com

The Nursing Home Complaint Center is narrowly focused on nursing home, or rehab center patients who have been diagnosed with sepsis, septic shock, and or pressure sores/pressure ulcers. The group is urging states to get much more aggressive in monitoring their nursing homes, and is encouraging states to begin unannounced inspections-especially at night when nursing home staffing levels are frequently woefully insufficient. http://NursingHomeComplaintCenter.Com


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