Did you maybe mean septicemic?
- adj. Typical of or pertaining to septicaemia
“The septicaemic plague is a form of blood poisoning, and pneumonic plague is an airborne plague that attacks the lungs before the rest of the body.”
“HTAR director Dr Yahaya Baba said that the victim died of septicaemic (blood poisoning) and shock.”
“Am inclined to think his was pneumonic or septicaemic.”
“Remember to take account of concurrent medical problems eg an IV drug user may be septicaemic or have hepatitis, SBE or HIV-related disease.www. freelivedoctor.com”
“She died two weeks later and the cause of death was recorded as septicaemic shock with acute respiratory distress syndrome secondary to H1N1 infection.”
“His death was due to septicaemic shock, secondary to diabetic foot gangrene.”
“The cases are a mixture of bubonic plague, pneumonic plague and septicaemic plague.”
“Streptococcus suis 1 was isolated in septicaemic distribution from one of two piglets received.”
“One dead pig submitted to Bury was septicaemic and had a polyarthritis from which”
“Basu died at 11. 47am "due to pneumonia, septicaemic shock and multi-organ failure", said the hospital where he had been admitted on January 1.”
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