Origin of sepsis
Examples from the Web for sepsis
Contemporary Examples of sepsis
You have a festering wound in 90 degrees that, if it goes untreated, can lead to sepsis, and death.Haiti's Grisly Problem
January 19, 2010
Historical Examples of sepsis
And another (Sepsis cynipsea,) emits a fragrant odour of baum.An Introduction to Entomology: Vol. II (of 4)
The immediate danger is from hemorrhage; the ultimate or remote danger is sepsis or blood poisoning.The Eugenic Marriage, Vol 2 (of 4)
W. Grant Hague
Secondary amputations for sepsis or hæmorrhage were attended by fair results, but I can give no statistics.
How far the secondary rise depended on sepsis it was not always easy to determine.
The entrance of sepsis may prove an obstacle to any operative measure that would otherwise be indicated.
Word Origin for sepsis
1876, "putrefaction," from Modern Latin sepsis, from Greek sepsis "putrefaction," from sepein "to rot," of unknown origin.