Sepsis

The putrefactive destruction of tissues by disease causing bacteria.
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sepsis

[n] - the presence of pus-forming bacteria or their toxins in the blood or tissues
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Sepsis

the infection of a wound or tissue with bacteria, causing the spread of the bacteria into the bloodstream; now also known as systemic inflammatory response syndrome caused by a microbe
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Sepsis

Infection.
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Sepsis

Like septicemia, an infection that has moved deeply into the body, involving the subcutaneous or submucosal layers, connective tissue, lymph system...or blood
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Sepsis

A life-threatening condition resulting from uncontrolled severe infections.
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Sepsis

Infection with pus forming micro-organisms.
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Sepsis

Sepsis: Commonly called a "blood stream infection." The presence of bacteria (bacteremia) or other infectious organisms or their toxins in the blood (septicemia) or in other tissue of the body. Sepsis may be associated with clinical symptoms of systemic (bodywide) illness, such as fever, chills, malaise (generally feeling 'rotten'), low b
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Sepsis

Bacterial infection causing pus to be formed.
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Sepsis

Sep'sis noun [ New Latin , from Greek ......... putrefaction.] (Medicine) The poisoning of the system by the introduction of putrescent material into the blood.
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sepsis

The presence of organisms in the blood. ... (16 Dec 1997) ...
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sepsis

noun the presence of pus-forming bacteria or their toxins in the blood or tissues
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sepsis

(sep´sis) the presence in the blood or other tissues of pathogenic microorganisms or their toxins. septicemia. puerperal sepsis puerperal fever.
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Sepsis

• (n.) The poisoning of the system by the introduction of putrescent material into the blood.
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sepsis

sepsis 1. The presence of pathogenic organisms or their toxins in the blood or tissues. 2. The poisoned condition resulting from the presence of pathogens or their toxins; putrefaction, putrescence. Air, together with a moderate amount of warmth and moisture, is necessary for the existence of putrefaction, which consists essentially of breakng up
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Sepsis

Sepsis (ˈsɛpsɨs, from Gr. σῆψις: the state of putrefaction or decay) is a potentially deadly medical condition that is characterized by a whole-body inflammatory state (called a systemic inflammatory response syndrome or SIRS) and the presence of a known or suspected infection. The body may develop this inflammatory response by the immune
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Sepsis

Sepsis is blood or tissue poisoning caused by bacteria.
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sepsis

Type: Term Pronunciation: sep′sis, -sēz Definitions: 1. The presence of various pathogenic organisms, or their toxins, in the blood or tissues; septicemia is a common type of sepsis.
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sepsis

General term for infectious change in the body caused by bacteria or their toxins
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Sepsis

Commonly called a "blood stream infection." The presence of bacteria (bacteremia) or other infectious organisms or their toxins in the blood (septicemia) or in other tissue of the body. Sepsis may be associated with clinical symptoms of systemic (bodywide) illness, such as fever, chills, malaise (generally feeling "rotten"), low blood pressure, and
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sepsis

The presence of bacteria or their toxins in the blood or tissues.
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Sepsis

[genus] Sepsis is a genus of flies in the family Sepsidae. ...
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SEPSIS

infection.
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sepsis

a very severe infection
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Sepsis

the destruction of tissues by bacteria or their toxins.
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