urosepsis


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urosepsis

 [u″ro-sep´sis]
septic poisoning from retained and absorbed urinary substances. adj., adj urosep´tic.

ur·o·sep·sis

(yūr'ō-sep'sis),
1. Sepsis resulting from the infection of extravasated urine.
2. Sepsis from obstruction of infected urine.
[uro- + G. sēpsis, decomposition]

urosepsis

/uro·sep·sis/ (u″ro-sep´sis) a term used imprecisely to denote infection ranging from urinary tract infection to generalized sepsis which may result from such infection.urosep´tic

ur·o·sep·sis

(yūr'ō-sep'sis)
1. Sepsis resulting from the decomposition of extravasated urine.
2. Sepsis from obstruction of infected urine.
[uro- + G. sēpsis, decomposition]

urosepsis

bacteremia resulting from urinary tract infection.
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the same serum sample was positive for Puumala virus IgM), an Escherichia coli urosepsis, and impetigo contagiosa.
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1) In those with recurrent stone formation, there is a risk for the development of renal failure albeit low at 3%,4 but the most dangerous aspect of stone disease is the combination of urinary tract obstruction and upper UTI that can ultimately lead to pyelonephritis and urosepsis.
On the basis of Mrs Smith's other symptoms of an altered mental status, high respiratory rate and low blood pressure, alongside high pulse rate and low temperature, urosepsis was diagnosed but not confirmed, in the absence of blood cultures.
Major complications associated with neglected ring pessaries, such as fistulas (vesicovaginal, rectovaginal), vaginal vault perforation, pessary incarceration, urosepsis and pessary entrapment/ embedment, are well noted in the literature.
Comentario: en Colombia, la infeccion urinaria en ninos menores de 2 anos representa el 0,2%-20% de las consultas en el servicio de urgencias, y su diagnostico y tratamiento oportunos reducen el riesgo de complicaciones como cicatrices renales, bacteriemia, urosepsis o muerte (17).
When her condition worsened the next day, she returned to the ED, where she was found to have urosepsis.