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- adj. Alternative spelling of septicaemic.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Pertaining to, of the nature of, or affected with septicemia.
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- adj. characteristic of septicemia
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There is nothing more easy to superposeas it were-two distinct diseases and to produce what might be called a septicemic purulent infection, or a purulent septicemia.
The pneumonic and septicemic were less seen than the bubonic.
The three types of plague identified as such are: septicemic, bubonic and pneumonic.
The septicemic plague was most rare and caused the victims body to turn purple due to DIC (Disseminated Intravascular Coagulation).
It is the mildest of three clinical forms of the disease, the other two being pneumonic and septicemic plague.
This was an impurity, introduced, unknown to us, at the same time as the septic vibrio; and the germ undoubtedly passed from the intestines -- always inflamed and distended in septicemic animals -- into the abdominal fluids from which we took our original cultures of the septic vibrio.
It is quite possible that Pasteur was here dealing with certain septicemic streptococci that are now known to lose their virulence with extreme rapidity under artificial cultivation.
Y. pestis is typically transmitted through the bite of an infected flea and causes bubonic and/or septicemic plague
The two ORFs downstream of hlyF share homology with the two aforementioned avian plasmids and a recently sequenced plasmid p1658 / 97 from a human septicemic hlyF has been identified in E. coli strains isolated from broilers
Physiologic management of septicemic shock in man.