toxaemia


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Related to toxaemia: toxaemia of pregnancy, septicemia

toxaemia

(US), toxemia
1. a condition characterized by the presence of bacterial toxins in the blood
2. the condition in pregnancy of pre-eclampsia or eclampsia
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Risks start in ewe pregnancy, when toxaemia can be due to energy deficiency, she said.
The Ospreys are still flying high at the top after a 17-11 win over Washington Redskins and the mid-table battle between Pride of the North and Distronic Toxaemia was won 15- 9 by Distronic.
If you do become pregnant, you are 10 times more likely to have high blood pressure, and are at risk of toxaemia (a form of blood poisoning), premature birth, diabetes and urinary infections.
The two most common metabolic diseases of sheep in late pregnancy are pregnancy toxaemia (twin lamb disease) and hypocalcaemia (milk fever).
coli toxaemia on day 20 were analysed using a Chi-squared analyses (using either a yes or no criteria).
In biology, toxaemia is the poisoning of what liquid found in the body?
What made him change into the next doctor: He and companion Peri contract the fatal disease spectrox toxaemia but there was only enough antidote for one.
In addition, you should not let your guinea pig become fat as this can lead to pregnancy toxaemia.
Doctors in Sweden and Australia independently found a link between snoring in pregnancy and a rise in blood pressure, leading to toxaemia, a condition that can damage baby and mother.