sepsis

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the presence of pus-forming bacteria or their toxins in the blood or tissues

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Philip Miller died after contracting a rare blood infection
The deaths are likely due to "blood infections that have caused a septic shock," preliminary findings of an investigation conducted by a Health Ministry's crisis unit show according to press release issued on Saturday night.
When he was eventually taken to the hospital, doctors found he had contracted a rare blood infection caused by capnocytophaga bacteria that are commonly found in the saliva of cats and dogs and that rarely lead to people getting sick.
He died less than a fortnight later from meningococcal septicaemia, a severe blood infection.
Doctors diagnosed Manteufel with a rare blood infection caused by Capnocytophaga canimorsus, which is commonly found in the saliva of most healthy dogs and is usually not harmful to humans, the Post reported.
17, 2017, after she was misdiagnosed with the flu while actually suffering from a bacterial blood infection, (http://abc30.com/health/12-year-old-visalia-girl-dies-from-infection-doctors-originally-misdiagnosed-as-the-flu/2916156/) her mother told KFSN.
In the Phase III study, the most common adverse reactions were bleeding events, fever, rash, swelling, nausea, sores in the mouth or throat, diarrhea, constipation, muscle pain, tiredness, stomach pain, difficulty breathing, headache, cough, decreased appetite, irregular heartbeat, pneumonia, blood infection, chills, sleep disorders and vomiting.
Westbrook, 43, said she "spiralled back down into a depression" following her break-up with boyfriend George Arnold, being in hospital for the blood infection and being unable to work after a successful stint in Celebrity Big Brother in January.
He collapsed in Arizona in February and was found to be suffering from the blood infection infective endocarditis.
She presents them as a series of investigative ocases,o detailing how she worked with an outbreak of a bacterial blood infection in the intensive care unit of a large military hospital, how she joined India's Smallpox Eradication Program in 1974, her research on herpes, her work with Afghan refugees in Pakistan, her work with HIV/AIDS, and her work on a listeriosis outbreak in the milk industry.
On the show Leslie - last on our screens in Holby City in 2010 - meets one woman who can't close her eyes after too much skin was removed during an eye-lift and another left close to death due to a blood infection after a tummy tuck in Turkey.
The report estimates that a total of 200,000 people would be expected to be infected by a widespread bacterial blood infection that could not be treated effectively with existing drugs.
In mice, magnetic sensors take mere minutes to spot otherwise imperceptible levels of the parasitic blood infection, scientists report August 31 in Nature Medicine.
The 86-year-old king has been admitted for a high fever and the diagnosis suggested blood infection, so doctors had asked him to stay at Siriraj hospital for special treatment, the Bureau of the Royal Household said in a statement.
Unfortunately, in July 2007, Susie became ill one Wednesday and within three days she suffered kidney stones; causing a urinary tract infection that resulted in a blood infection. This blood infection created blood clots in Hanson's extremities causing necrosis.