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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.
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

Multiple hospitalizations for complications from terminal illness burdensome for older patients

Multiple hospitalizations for complications from terminal illness burdensome for older patients

Study: Diabetes before pregnancy linked to increased risk of MRSA

Study: Diabetes before pregnancy linked to increased risk of MRSA

Cubist receives Fast Track designation from FDA for late-stage antibiotic candidate

Cubist receives Fast Track designation from FDA for late-stage antibiotic candidate

Pneumococcal vaccine: an interview with Graham Clarke, CEO ImmBio

Pneumococcal vaccine: an interview with Graham Clarke, CEO ImmBio

MRSA bacteria will continue to exist in both community and hospital settings

MRSA bacteria will continue to exist in both community and hospital settings

Cubist receives FDA QIDP designation for ceftolozane/tazobactam to treat HABP/ VABP, cUTI

Cubist receives FDA QIDP designation for ceftolozane/tazobactam to treat HABP/ VABP, cUTI

FDA approves Takeda’s NESINA, OSENI and KAZANO for treatment of type 2 diabetes

FDA approves Takeda’s NESINA, OSENI and KAZANO for treatment of type 2 diabetes

Prevention opportunity for postoperative cardiac arrest

Prevention opportunity for postoperative cardiac arrest

Pneumococcal disease risk increased in mental health patients

Pneumococcal disease risk increased in mental health patients

FDA designates two of Cubist’s Phase 3 antibiotic candidates

FDA designates two of Cubist’s Phase 3 antibiotic candidates

New mass spectrometry helps identify bacteria in clinical specimens within minutes

New mass spectrometry helps identify bacteria in clinical specimens within minutes