OTHER WORDS FROM septicemiasep·ti·ce·mic, sep·ti·cae·mic, adjective
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A very important point is not to mistake typhoid for a septicemia in its early stage.
Pus may rupture into the pelvic cavity and set up local or general peritonitis or septicemia.
At present we must recognize it as a specific inflammation due to a bacterial poison and closely allied to septicemia.
Again are found the traces of excessive emaciation, or the lesions of septicemia.
Septicemia terminates fatally with its usual train of symptoms.