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The mortality rate for septic shock is nearly 50 percent.
The cause was septic shock, said a great-niece, Sarah Little.
Hubley, who went immediately into surgery, was experiencing secondary septic shock and multi-system organ failure, reports the Washington Post.
But in June of 2008, Mr. Hersch came down, in short order, with pneumonia, delirium, a collapse in blood pressure, kidney failure and septic shock.
At its most severe level, the body will go into septic shock and lead to death.
Doctors quickly determined that Julie was in septic shock—bacteria in her bloodstream were attacking her from within.
As Reuters’ Andrew Seaman reports, a year-long shortage of a drug used to treat septic shock increased the likelihood that patients with the condition would die by almost 4 percent in 2011.
Hubley was suffering from septic shock, and her organs were shutting down, the Washington Post reports.
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