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sep·ti·ce·mic

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

sep·ti·ce·mic

(sep'ti-sē'mik)
Relating to, suffering from, or resulting from septicemia.
Synonym(s): septicaemic.
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First, we determined the relationships between FSC and variables (farm, cow parity [1,2, 3, or [greater than or equal to] 4], BCS at 1 month postpartum [[greater than or equal to] 2.75 vs <2.75] and first AI [[greater than or equal to] 3.0 vs <3.0], detection of a CL within 1 month of calving, year, AI season, IDE or timed AI, peri- and postpartum disorders [dystocia, retained placenta, septicemic metritis, clinical endometritis, ketosis, milk fever, and abomasal displacement], and calving to first AI interval) by performing univariate analysis.
The rodents are divided into five subgroups; those who have not contracted the disease but may get it if they get in contact with [I.sub.HS], [I.sub.HP], [I.sub.RS], [I.sub.HP], [I.sub.F], or A, referred to as susceptible rodents and denoted by [S.sub.R]; those who have the disease but have not shown any symptom and are incapable of transmitting the disease referred to as exposed and denoted by [E.sub.R]; those who are infected and capable of transmitting the disease are divided into three subgroups: those who have bubonic plague denoted by [I.sub.RB], those with septicemic plague denoted by [I.sub.RS], and those who have pneumonic plague [I.sub.RP].
However, this prevalence is higher compared to most other similar studies in other countries, namely in China where 19% of faecal E.coli strains were resistant to FCC [12] In Egypt and France, respectively 1.5% and 0% of septicemic avian E.coli strains were resistant to FCC [3, 23].
The general condition of carcases showing prominent septicemic lesions are fair to poor, congested conjunctival membranes, subcutaneous echymotic haemorrhages over neck and thorax, hemorrhagic trachitis with blood stained froth were important lesions.
In Turkey resistance to methicillin was detected in 67.5% of CoNS isolates from septicemic patients16 and from Brazil it was 62%12.
Human brucellosis a widespread zoonosis - is clinically characterized by septicemic febrile illness or localizedinfection of bones tissues or organ systems.
Barbieri et al., "Characterization of fluoroquinolone-resistant Escherichia coli causing septicemic colibacillosis in calves in Italy: emergence of a multiresistant O78 clonal group," Microbial Drug Resistance, vol.
The most frequent diagnoses were clinically septicemia and septicemic shock 219 (29.6%), significant anemia N = 200 (27.1%), pneumonia N = 145 (19.6%), meningitis and encephalitis N = 127 (17.2%), multiple organ dysfunction N = 66 (8.9%), and congenital heart disease N = 42 (5.7%).
Silveira, "DNA sequencing of a pathogenicity-related plasmid of an avian septicemic Escherichia coli strain," Genetics and Molecular Research, vol.
In suspected septicemic patients 5ml of blood was collected by venepuncture under sterile conditions and was collected in BacTec blood culture bottle.