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septicaemia

(US), septicemia
a condition caused by pus-forming microorganisms in the blood
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Typical septicaemic birds, increased mortality and poor quality hatched chicks are clinical signs of the FT.
of Cases Percentage Septicaemic Shock 2 2% Wound Infection 8 8% Fever 12 12% Abruption 4 4% Table 7: Organism on Culture Organism No.
Prevalence of extended spectrum 2lactamase producing Gram negative bacteria in septicaemic neonates in a tertiary care hospital.
Prevalence of extended-spectrum betalactamase-producing Gram-negative bacte ria in septicaemic neonates in a tertiary care hospital.
J Prevalence of extended-spectrum [beta]-lactamase producing Gram negative bacteria in septicaemic neonates in a tertiary care hospital.
However, in Malaysia, it was associated with 65% mortality especially in the septicaemic form in the 1980s and reduced to 19-37% in the past 20 years [1,5-7].
Acute septicaemic melioidosis is responsible for much morbidity and mortality, especially in north-eastern Thailand where melioidosis is the most common cause of community-acquired septicaemia [4, 5].
On postmortem, besides the generalized septicaemic lesions, severe lesions of enteritis accompanied with focal necrotic lesions in the mucosa of the small intestine were prominent in majority of the cases.
Septicaemic rash: Patients with septicaemia MAY also develop a rash.
ESBL strains have been reported previously in septicaemic and ICU patients from the same hospital.
It turned out that he was septicaemic as a result of an infected, gangrenous middle toe.