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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.
Structures on surface of pneumococci determine bacteria’s ability to cause meningitis

Structures on surface of pneumococci determine bacteria’s ability to cause meningitis

Scientists explore effects of physiological fluid shear on dangerous type of Salmonella

Scientists explore effects of physiological fluid shear on dangerous type of Salmonella

Millions of older adults make infectious disease-related emergency department visits each year

Millions of older adults make infectious disease-related emergency department visits each year

Scientists reveal major players in severe muscle damage caused by sepsis

Scientists reveal major players in severe muscle damage caused by sepsis

Breakthrough research suggests that female sex hormone may save lives on the battlefield

Breakthrough research suggests that female sex hormone may save lives on the battlefield

New technique supplies faster resistance results, can benefit patients with blood poisoning

New technique supplies faster resistance results, can benefit patients with blood poisoning

Researchers reveal how toxins turn healthy proteins into poison to disrupt immune response

Researchers reveal how toxins turn healthy proteins into poison to disrupt immune response

Leading microbiologist warns of killer fungi’s increasing threat

Leading microbiologist warns of killer fungi’s increasing threat

Periods of extreme heat associated with increased hospitalization risk for older adults

Periods of extreme heat associated with increased hospitalization risk for older adults

Roche announces launch of cobas Liat System for on-demand testing in different settings

Roche announces launch of cobas Liat System for on-demand testing in different settings

Treatment guidelines lacking for Ebola patients, say infectious diseases experts

Treatment guidelines lacking for Ebola patients, say infectious diseases experts

Columbia Nursing researcher suggests ways to prevent nursing home infections

Columbia Nursing researcher suggests ways to prevent nursing home infections

Sepsis patients more likely to survive when treated at hospital with higher volume of cases

Sepsis patients more likely to survive when treated at hospital with higher volume of cases

Presence of Listeria monocytogenes in foods may cause abortions, meningitis

Presence of Listeria monocytogenes in foods may cause abortions, meningitis

Sanofi presents Phase II trial results for investigational vaccine for prevention of CDI

Sanofi presents Phase II trial results for investigational vaccine for prevention of CDI

Luminex announces group B strep as fifth assay planned for launch menu of ARIES

Luminex announces group B strep as fifth assay planned for launch menu of ARIES

New biomarker test accurately estimates mortality risk in patients with septicemia

New biomarker test accurately estimates mortality risk in patients with septicemia

Research roundup: Patient safety measure results 'disappointing'

Research roundup: Patient safety measure results 'disappointing'

FDA, USDA approve SALMONELEX as GRAS food processing aid against Salmonella

FDA, USDA approve SALMONELEX as GRAS food processing aid against Salmonella

Incidence of septicemia increasing among service members, study finds

Incidence of septicemia increasing among service members, study finds