endotoxicosis

en·do·tox·i·co·sis

(en'dō-tok-si-kō'sis),
Poisoning by an endotoxin.
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en·do·tox·i·co·sis

(en'dō-tok-si-kō'sis)
Poisoning by an endotoxin.
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endotoxicosis

(ĕn″dŏ-tŏk″sĭ-kō′sĭs) [Gr. endon, within, + toxikon, poison, + osis, condition]
Poisoning due to an endotoxin.
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[26] The loss of the barrier function by the intestine causes the translocation of bacteria and their endotoxins both into the abdominal cavity and into the general blood flow, followed by the development of endotoxicosis. [27] The main mechanisms which may be involved into bacterial translocation are disruption of immune response, change of the bacterial flora in the small intestine, and increased intestinal permeability.
Chow et al., "A role for granzyme M in TLR4-driven inflammation and endotoxicosis," The Journal of Immunology, vol.
Filkins, "Dexamethasone alters glucose, lactate, and insulin dyshomeostasis during endotoxicosis in the rat," Circulatory Shock, vol.
(13,14) Influenza accompanied with general virusemia, endotoxicosis that lead to immune dysfunction, firstly to non-specific anti-infectious immune system abnormalities.
Severity of condition was caused by an acute respiration failure of obstructive and restrictive type, hypovolemia, endotoxicosis and fluid deficit; such condition indicated a necessity of preoperative preparation.
Glucoregulatory, hormonal, and metabolic responses to endotoxicosis or cecal ligation and puncture sepsis in the rat: A direct comparison.
Makarova, "Gender differences in pulmonary and immune response in acute experimental endotoxicosis," Bulletin of Experimental Biology and Medicine, vol.
Endotoxicosis indicators were on high level, intestinal peristalsis was not auscultated.