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  • n. Plural form of septicemia.


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  • The unequivocal successes include military tuberculosis, tertiary syphilis of the brain and heart, poliomyelitis, the childhood contagions, septicemias, typhoid, rheumatic fever, and valvular heart disease, and most of the other great infectious diseases, now largely under control or already conquered.

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  • In Thailand, the disease accounts for 20% of all community-acquired septicemias and the most common cause of the high mortality is septic shock

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