septic wound

sep·tic wound

a wound that has become infected.
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A PATIENT with a septic wound was forced to go without antibiotics for 24 hours at a Birmingham hospital because they had run out.
Survivors of the nation's worst natural disaster in modern times received the benefit of not having to call a toll-free telephone number to precertify their hospital admission or worry about whether or not the doctor treating their septic wound was in their PPO network.
A cat with a septic wound was allowed to suffer for a month after its owner failed to take it to a vet.
Species were used for curing 19 different types of skin diseases including frost bite, goiter, pimples, itching, eczema, leprosy, sores, bruises, carbuncles, burns, small pox, scabies, boils, gout, removal of lice, blisters, swelling, septic wounds, cuts and wounds (Table 2).
John spent another six days on board being treated for his injuries, but when his septic wounds failed to respond to antibiotics the couple were flown home via Jordan and France - missing the last week of their cruise.
John spent another six days on board being treated for his injuries but when his septic wounds failed to respond to antibiotics the couple was flown home via Jordan and France.
The top leader of banned TTP Swat chapter, Maulana Fazalullah is critically injured with septic wounds while reports received indicate that Shah Duran, Vice Amir of TTP Swat, is dead.
Symptoms include swollen, red skin, septic wounds, boils, fever and headaches.
I am writing in response to a report of a cure for septic wounds by using Australian honey.
an infectius skin disease), or septic wounds n In the past two years, 11 to 12 per cent of UHB's patients have been infected by the superbug n The trust aims to reduce incidence of MRSA by 15 per cent by April 2006
When people are weak or run down, it can cause problems such as boils and abscesses plus impetigo, septic wounds, heart-valve infections, food poisoning and toxic shock syndrome.