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Related to septicaemia: meningococcal septicaemia
[C19: from New Latin, from Greek sēptik(os) septic + -aemia]
ˌseptiˈcaemic, ˌseptiˈcemic adj
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blood poisoning caused by pathogenic microorganisms and their toxic products in the bloodstream. — septicemic, septicaemic, adj.See also: Poison
blood poisoning caused by pathogenic microorganisms and their toxic products in the bloodstream. — septicemic, — septicaemic, adj.See also: Blood and Blood Vessels
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|Noun||1.||septicaemia - invasion of the bloodstream by virulent microorganisms from a focus of infection|
sepsis - the presence of pus-forming bacteria or their toxins in the blood or tissues
childbed fever, puerperal fever - serious form of septicemia contracted by a woman during childbirth or abortion (usually attributable to unsanitary conditions); formerly widespread but now uncommon
fowl cholera - an acute diarrheal disease (especially of chickens) caused by the microorganism that causes hemorrhagic septicemia
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septicaemiasepticemia (US) [ˌseptɪˈsiːmɪə] N → septicemia f
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septicaemiasepticemia (Am) [ˌsɛptɪˈsiːmɪə] n → setticemia
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