Sepsis is a common and serious and emergency condidtion that develops as a strong reaction to infection by the immune system. As a defence, the immune system emits a series of inflammatory and anti-inflammatory substances, which loses control and becomes counterproductive, giving rise to negative circulation control. This results in low blood pressure and a reduced supply of oxygen to vital organs. Sepsis can produce life-threatening damage to organs, and if the infection is not controlled the condition can deteriorate further by the formation of blood clots in blood vessels. At present, health providers do not have effective treatment to reduce the risk for organ damage, and medical requirements are extensive.