blood poisoning

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He said that the study shows that the risk of suffering a blood clot in either the brain or the heart is twice as high for patients with blood poisoning in relation to other patients who are also admitted with acute illnesses.
Experts in infection and immunity from Cardiff University's School of Medicine, led by Dr Mario Labeta, have found that peptide molecules derived from the body's natural immune sensors can kick-start the body's natural immune defence that was affected by blood poisoning.
Her condition was worsening due to blood poisoning, and tests detected the presence of the fungus candida albicans, which is not normally found in the bloodstream.
Meningitis and septicaemia - the blood poisoning form of the disease - affect around 3,000 people every year in the UK.
Around 1,000 cases of blood poisoning caused by Stenotrophomonas maltophilia are reported in the UK each year.
The work of Dr Das Pillay, consultant microbiologist at the Good Hope Hospital in Birmingham, is to feature in the Tonight With Trevor McDonald investigation on ITV1, about Extended-Spectrum Betalactamase (ESBL), which can lead to blood poisoning.
FALKIRK legend Alex exTotten will return to work as the club's commercial manager next month after recovering from a life-threatening form of blood poisoning.
Meningitis and septicaemia - the blood poisoning form of the disease - are extremely serious illnesses that can often be difficult to spot.
1915: Rupert Brooke, Rugby-born poet, died of blood poisoning on the Greek island of Skyros.
In support of the process-of-nature rule, it has been argued that serious internal injuries often do not manifest themselves for a long time and injuries such as blood poisoning, which cannot disable without some lapse of time, would otherwise not be covered at all.
Yesterday the pelican was recovering after it was discovered the bird, nicknamed Igor by the carers at Haggerston, was suffering from blood poisoning as a result of injuries.
The vaccine protects against contagious pneumococcal infections, which can cause a variety of diseases from ear and sinus infections to pneumonia, meningitis and blood poisoning.
He was examined at a local hospital and found to have lymphangitis extending pretibially from the lesion; as a result of his other symptoms, he was treated for blood poisoning with ceftriaxone sodium, 1,000 mg once daily.
RICKY HATTON suffered a pre-fight shock when his trainer Billy Graham picked up blood poisoning - while feeding his dog
aureus harmlessly, but "given the opportunity, it causes a whole range of diseases from simple abscess to fatal blood poisoning," says Dlawer Ala'Aldeen of Nottingham University in England.