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sep·ti·ce·mic

(sep'ti-sē'mik),
Relating to, suffering from, or resulting from septicemia.

septicemic

sep·ti·ce·mic

(sep'ti-sē'mik)
Relating to, suffering from, or resulting from septicemia.
Synonym(s): septicaemic.

septicemic

emanating from or pertaining to septicemia. See also septicemic colibacillosis, leptospirosis, listeriosis, pasteurellosis, salmonellosis.

septicemic cutaneous ulcerative disease (SCUD)
disease of reptiles and amphibians caused by Citrobacter freundii. Characterized by cutaneous ulceration, paralysis, flaccidity and positive cultures in lesions and blood.
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Primary bubonic plague case-patients more often received effective antibiotics, although the difference was not substantial (bubonic 89%; septicemic 81%; pneumonic 79%).
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Primary septicemic plague, which accounts for 10% to 15% of all cases of plague, is an overwhelming and progressive bacteremia in the absence of a primary lymphadenopathy.
Specimens to be tested for pneumonic or septicemic tularemia include sputum, bronchial aspirates, or washings and blood.
Prolonged elevation of interleukin-8 and interleukin-6 concentrations in plasma and of leukocyte interleukin-8 mRNA levels during septicemic and localized Pseudomonas pseudomallei infection.
Plague most commonly has three forms - bubonic, pneumonic, and septicemic, corresponding to the three typical ways in which the plague bacillus invades the body.
An infected child generally presents with flu-like symptoms and a high fever, develops a septicemic purple rash, rapidly becomes unresponsive and may die within hours of onset.
Distribution and evolution of virulence factors in septicemic Escherichia coli.
26,32) Many species of Enterococcus have been isolated from birds, and those most frequently associated with morbidity in septicemic processes or subchronic disease are Enterococcus faecalis and Enterococcus hirae.
Besides anthrax research, he focused on several other projects, including wound infections and micrococci in septicemic animals (later identified as streptococci and staphylococci).
In this environment, patients with septicemic melioidosis could have died before all locally available empiric treatments had been tried.
The complete absence of heterophils on the day that this falcon was admitted suggests that this bird was bacteremic or even septicemic.