pyosepticemia

py·o·sep·ti·ce·mi·a

(pī'ō-sep'ti-sē'mē-ă),
Infection of the blood with several forms of bacteria, so-called pyogenic and also nonpyogenic organisms.
[pyo- + G. sēptikos, putrefying, + haima, blood]

pyosepticemia

pyemia and septicemia in the one patient; most common in neonates (pyosepticemia neonatorum).
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bacteria stimulates afferent neurons of ENS,[sup][47] and the vagal signal from the gut can stimulate the anti-inflammatory response, preventing against pyosepticemia caused by microorganisms.
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