septic shock

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septic shock

n.
A condition of physiologic shock caused by an overwhelming infection, especially sepsis or septicemia.
Translations

septic shock

n (Med) → septischer Schock
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The usual sequel of uterine prolapse is haemorrhage, shock, septic metritis, peritonitis, infertility or death.
However, some women with postcesarean endometritis develop serious complications such as septic shock, septic pelvic vein thrombophlebitis, and pelvic abscess.
It was used in trauma and emergency care, including the treatment of pelvic and lower limb fractures, hypovolaemic shock, septic shock, control of intra-abdominal pelvic and upper leg haemorrhage, and gynaecological and obstetric haemorrhage.