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septicaemia

(US), septicemia
a condition caused by pus-forming microorganisms in the blood
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Septicemic metritis was defined by the presence of fever ([greater than or equal to] 39.5[degrees]C) and a watery, fetid uterine discharge during the first 10 days postpartum.
This result comparable with a study of Badouei et al., 2015 who found that the occurrence of the iss gene in a vain E.coli strains was 90.3% in the septicemic isolates and 64.3% among cecal isolates and also approved with a study of Vaz et al., 2017 who observed the occurrence of iss gene was ranged from 75 to 91% among the ExPEC strains and was ranged from 49 to 57% among the fecal strains, while other study showed that 30% of uropathogenic E.coli isolates were positive for iss gene and only 8% of K.pneumoniae isolates were contained iss gene (Hassan, 2015).
Physical examination showed neither fever nor septicemic signs.
Rats were the carriers of the epidemic, and there were three kinds of plague: bubonic, pneumonic, and septicemic. The first four years of the plague, 1347-51, were particularly destructive.
Symptoms of the plague, which is divided into three groups -- bubonic, septicemic or pneumonic -- all begin with fever-like aches and pains.
(3,4) It usually involves healthy young adults who develop a fulminant post-anginal septicemic infection with internal jugular vein thrombophlebitis and septic emboli to distant sites.
Diabetes has been found to be the single most common predisposing factor for septicemic melioidosis.
Contrepois, "Characterization of 20K fimbria, a new adhesin of septicemic and diarrhea-associated Escherichia coli strains, that belongs to a family of adhesins with N-acetyl-D-glucosamine recognition," Infection and Immunity, vol.
We generally assume that all individuals from each population are susceptible to the disease, the recovered individuals confer temporary immunity and return to be susceptible again, and the infectious are all individuals with either bubonic plague or pneumonic or septicemic plague.
[19,20] In these studies, septicemic shock and DIC (Disseminated intravascular coagulation), contributed to death of the patients.