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Pneumococcal Septicemia 

What Is Pneumoccocal Septicemia? Pneumococcal septicemia (sepsis) is a life-threatening syndrome characterized by a cascade of systemic (body-wide) inflammatory responses to lung infection caused by bacterial infection spread to the bloodstream. It is fatal in about 40% of cases, showing ...

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Pneumococal Septicemia: definition

A systemic response to lung infection caused by bacterial infection spread to the bloodstream. Click for full description.

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