sapremia

[suh-pree-mee-uh]
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noun Pathology.

blood poisoning caused by the toxins produced by bacterial putrefaction, as in gangrene.

Origin of sapremia

1885–90; sapr- + -emia
Related formssa·pre·mic, adjective
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sapremia

n.

Blood poisoning resulting from the absorption of the products of putrefaction.
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