metastasizing septicemia

me·tas·ta·siz·ing sep·ti·ce·mi·a

sepsis, with entry of microorganisms into the bloodstream leading to abscess formation at a distance from the original site of infection.

me·tas·ta·siz·ing sep·ti·ce·mi·a

(mĕ-tastă-sīz-ing septi-sēmē-ă)
Sepsis, with entry of microorganisms into bloodstream leading to abscess formation distant from original infection site.
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In a previous study, we showed that rhubarb, a traditional Chinese medicine, protected intestinal mucosal microvascular endothelial cells in rats with metastasizing septicemia.
In our previous study, we showed that intragastric administration of rhubarb, a traditional Chinese medicine, protected the intestinal mucosal capillary endothelial cells from damage in rats with metastasizing septicemia.
Meanwhile, experiments in rat models of hemorrhagic shock and metastasizing septicemia proved that rhubarb inhibited intestinal bacteria and endotoxin translocation and improved intestinal mucosa blood perfusion.