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Septicemia is a disease caused by the spread of bacteria and their toxins in the bloodstream. Also called blood poisoning and toxemia.
Exploring antibiotic resistance in the EU

Exploring antibiotic resistance in the EU

World Antimicrobial Awareness Week 2022: The problem of antimicrobial resistance in combating sepsis

World Antimicrobial Awareness Week 2022: The problem of antimicrobial resistance in combating sepsis

The prevalence of pneumococcal carriage in Serbia during COVID

The prevalence of pneumococcal carriage in Serbia during COVID

Years of life lost associated with leading causes of US death during the first 20 months of the COVID-19 pandemic

Years of life lost associated with leading causes of US death during the first 20 months of the COVID-19 pandemic

Melatonin as a safe and potentially life-saving treatment for COVID-19

Melatonin as a safe and potentially life-saving treatment for COVID-19

Newly discovered cell type makes survivors of sepsis more vulnerable to infections

Newly discovered cell type makes survivors of sepsis more vulnerable to infections

Chronic cannabis use associated with higher complication rates after spine surgery

Chronic cannabis use associated with higher complication rates after spine surgery

Researchers use Doppler to look inside living cells, track their metabolic activity

Researchers use Doppler to look inside living cells, track their metabolic activity

Research says in SARS-CoV-2 canine infection, transmission unlikely

Research says in SARS-CoV-2 canine infection, transmission unlikely

COVID-19 in farmed Mink in the Netherlands

COVID-19 in farmed Mink in the Netherlands

Air pollution could be associated with more health problems than previously thought

Air pollution could be associated with more health problems than previously thought

New defensive mechanism against bacterial wound infections discovered

New defensive mechanism against bacterial wound infections discovered

Warning issued by FDA after patient dies following fecal transplant

Warning issued by FDA after patient dies following fecal transplant

Children’s ball pits full of pathogenic microbes

Children’s ball pits full of pathogenic microbes

Ball pits used in children's physical therapy may contribute to germ transmission

Ball pits used in children's physical therapy may contribute to germ transmission

Meningococcal bacteria with antibiotic resistance are at risk of increasing worldwide

Meningococcal bacteria with antibiotic resistance are at risk of increasing worldwide

'Unknown' enzyme may be key to new treatment for inflammatory diseases

'Unknown' enzyme may be key to new treatment for inflammatory diseases

Critical illness and major infection can promote brain changes, accelerate cognitive decline

Critical illness and major infection can promote brain changes, accelerate cognitive decline

Raising Awareness of Sepsis

Raising Awareness of Sepsis

People with acute critical illness have increased risk of kidney complications and death

People with acute critical illness have increased risk of kidney complications and death