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5,203 Possible Causes for Sepsis

  • Sepsis

    […] or septicemia (another word for sepsis) increased from 621,000 in the year 2000 to 1,141,000 in 2008. 1 Between 28 and 50 percent of people who get sepsis die. 2 The number[] […] gonococcal septicemia Sepsis with septicemia Sepsis with staphylococcal septicemia Sepsis with Streptococcus pneumoniae septicemia Sepsis without acute organ dysfunction Sepsis[] The clinical presentation of sepsis is highly variable depending on the etiology. The clinical features of septicemia intensify over time from mild to severe.[]

  • Diabetes Mellitus

    We report the case of a 67 yr old female who survived severe sepsis due to emphysematous pyelonephritis.[] […] to 0.53, p 0.01), cardiac procedural complications (OR 0.34, 95% CI 0.27 to 0.45, p 0.01), respiratory complications (OR 0.26, 95% CI 0.15 to 0.45, p 0.01), postoperative sepsis[] […] of symptoms that affect various organs may occur, such as hand, foot and mouth disease; acute hemorrhagic conjunctivitis; aseptic meningitis; myocarditis; severe neonatal sepsis-like[]

  • Pancreatitis

    One patient died from severe sepsis. Adverse events included severe abdominal pain and productive cutaneous fistulae (two patients).[] Patients are at risk for sepsis and, ultimately, even death.[] Sanchez, Guillermo Villegas, Alvaro Apestegui and Esteban Mora, Management of the open abdomen using negative pressure wound therapy with instillation in severe abdominal sepsis[]

  • Stomach Perforation

    Would you like to share your story about sepsis or read about others who have had sepsis?[] Sepsis If left untreated (hours or days), perforation can lead to Sepsis. Sepsis is a life-threatening complication of the infection process.[] Body-wide infection is called sepsis . Sepsis can be very serious and can lead to death.[]

  • Acute Pyelonephritis

    Serum LPS, interleukin (IL)-6 and Ang-2 were measured in 25 patients with acute pyelonephritis and sepsis before and after removal of the obstruction performed either with[] We observed three cases with sepsis due to acute pyelonephritis who presented with anasarca and had identical computed tomographic features of periportal edema associated[] Clinical examination, blood work and urinalysis were compatible with sepsis due to acute pyelonephritis.[]

  • Coagulase-Negative Staphylococcus

    All preterm infants born at RESULT: A total of 105 eligible infants who were exposed to CoNS sepsis were compared with 227 infants with no neonatal sepsis.[] CoNS sepsis recurred in two infants (1.6%). No toxicity of vancomycin treatment was observed.[] OBJECTIVE: The aim of this study was to compare two different empiric treatments for late-onset neonatal sepsis, vancomycin and oxacillin, in a neonatal intensive care unit[]

  • HIV Infection

    […] of death among women of reproductive age, and it contributes significantly to maternal mortality due both to progression of the disease itself and through higher rates of sepsis[] , other or unspecified species, disseminated or extrapulmonary Pneumocystis jiroveci pneumonia Pneumonia, recurrent Progressive multifocal leukoencephalopathy Salmonella septicemia[]

  • Gram-Negative Septicaemia

    […] problems 870 Septicemia or severe sepsis with mv 96 hours or peripheral extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ecmo) 871 Septicemia or severe sepsis without mv 96 hours with[] Sepsis can lead to septic shock, which often causes death.[] Gram-negative bacteria produce sepsis and septic shock via the release of the cell-wall component known as endotoxin (lipopolysaccharide).[]

  • Pseudomonas Septicemia

    Severe sepsis w acute organ dysfunction, w Pseudomonas septicemia Severe sepsis with acute organ dysfunction due to Pseudomonas septicemia ICD-9-CM Volume 2 Index entries[] NIH: National Institute of General Medical Sciences Blood culture Group B streptococcal septicemia of the newborn Neonatal sepsis Sepsis Septic shock Septicemia Toxic shock[] Twenty-three pediatric cancer patients developed Pseudomonas aeruginosa septicemia during an 11-year period.[]

  • Septicemia

    Also known as: septicemia, severe sepsis, septic shock. What is sepsis? Sepsis is a complication that can occur in the body’s bloodstream as the result of an infection.[] Terms that are often used in place of sepsis are bacteremia, septicemia, and blood poisoning.[] Untreated sepsis eventually can lead to septic shock and even death. What causes sepsis?[]

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