This year there will be 150,000 cases of Sepsis in UK...44,000 of these patients will die.
Sepsis is one of the greatest direct causes of death during pregnancy in UK.
This year Sepsis will cost the NHS £2.5 billion.
Mortality rate rises by 8% every hour that Sepsis is left untreated.
This is not acceptable.
This year, Kimal have pledged their support to raise money and awareness of this global issue. In conjunction with the UK Sepsis Trust and through our own research and development we are tackling Sepsis head on and we would appreciate your support.
Next month, three of our employees are taking part in a 200 mile adrenalin fuelled fundraiser from the North of Wales down to the South, bravely undertaken to raise awareness of Sepsis. Andy Ellis, Kimal's UK Quality Manager; James Bartlett, Kimal's Quality and Regulatory Manager; and Steve Minett, Kimal's R&D Project Manager, are three novices who until June this year had not been near a bike for many years. And now they are enrolled in a gruelling training regime in order to raise money and awareness of Sepsis.
To see the effects of this dangerous condition please follow this linkThank you from all of us at Kimal