George is at a GP appointment with complaints of nausea and high temperature. The GP believes the patient is suffering from sepsis, so looks at the guidelines and decide to refer George to an Emergency department.
The nurse then process the referral letter from the doctor and hand's the George a referral letter and sends one to the Emergency department.
George arrives at the secondary care center and hands over the referral letter. The admissions nurse then checks for the patient's details, performs various blood test and blood culture, blood pressure and temperature.
The attending clinicians reviews the results and check the patients blood pressure, temperature and reviews the patient status. The clinician decides that George's symptoms fits the Sepsis diagnosis, so he prescribe antibiotics, IV fluids and oxygen.
George condition is regularly checked and updated on the ICU patient monitoring form by the nurse on the hour. The doctor uses to determine that George is ready to be discharged after a positive response from treatment.
The patient is then discharged home with the prescribe medicine and the discharge summary is completed by the discharging clinician.