toxemia


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  • noun

Synonyms for toxemia

an abnormal condition of pregnancy characterized by hypertension and edema and protein in the urine

blood poisoning caused by bacterial toxic substances in the blood

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The effects of treatment with Sairei-to on toxemia of pregnancy, as evaluated by measurement of umbilical arterial blood flow.
The others experienced complications, including anemia (67%), threatened spontaneous abortion/premature labor (33%), and toxemia (23%), with some women having more than one of these diagnoses.
Deaths from smallpox usually occurred during the second week of the disease and most often resulted from profound hypotension and severe toxemia associated with circulating immune complexes and soluble variola antigens (11, 14).
She's extra special in some ways, as we nearly lost her mother, Julianna, through pregnancy toxemia, laying around for weeks before we nursed her back to health.
More distinctive clinical hallmarks are hemorrhagic inflammation of the lymph nodes in the chest cavity, hemorrhagic pleural effusions, bacteremia and toxemia resulting in severe respiratory difficulty (dyspnea), deficiency of oxygen reaching the tissues (hypoxia), and septic shock.
Pre-existing conditions may develop into pregnancy-induced diabetes, hypertension and toxemia.
Installed near the front end of the chicken-processing line, cameras look for defects such as improperly bled birds and those afflicted by systemic diseases, like septicemia and toxemia.
Benjamin is that for a product called Seasilver, which is promoted on its Web sire as having "remarkable results" for treating more than 100 conditions ranging from "cancer, all types" to Hodgkin's disease, broken bones, and toxemia.
An increase in the serum level of vWF was observed in diseases that cause endothelial damage such as vasculitis, (3) systemic lupus erythematosus, rheumatoid arthritis, (4-6) scleroderma diabetes mellitus, (8-10) glomerulonephritis, (11) viral infections, toxemia of pregnancy, homocystinemia, myocardial infarction, and thromboembolic events.
Benjamin is that for a product called Seasilver, which is promoted on its Web site as having "remarkable results" for treating more than 100 conditions ranging from "cancer, all types" to Hodgkin's disease, broken bones, and toxemia.
Women pregnant with multiples are more likely than those with singletons to suffer premature delivery, toxemia (a potentially fatal form of high blood pressure), and hemorrhage.
The systemic screener, installed near the front end of a chicken-processing line, is a series of cameras that looks for defects, such as improperly bled birds and those afflicted by systemic diseases such as septicemia and toxemia.