Examples of sepsis in a Sentence
She was treated for sepsis of the urinary tract.
Recent Examples of sepsis from the Web
Simpson said the mortality rate from severe sepsis at KU has dropped from 49 percent to about 7 percent.
However, the Russian consulate says that Dzyuba appeared to have died from organ failure resulting from sepsis and infection.
The Global Sepsis Alliance reports that sepsis kills between 6 and 8 million people each year.
Acute confusion, for example, can be a symptom of a dizzying array of conditions, from seizures to stroke to sepsis to, yes, sleeplessness.
With refinement, however, Baud believes the device will be able to detect abnormal brain activity caused by conditions like early onset sepsis, an infection of the bloodstream that can cause brain damage.
While in the hospital with a life-threatening case of sepsis, Kampe learned one of his top players, freshman center Isaiah Brock, was leaving the team for personal reasons.
Clevelon Brown, 64, of Galveston County picked up a bacterial infection from standing in floodwater and died of sepsis, which is an immune-system response to infection that causes widespread inflammation.
Infections can spread an inch an hour and quickly cause sepsis, multi-organ failure and even death in as many as one in three of those infected, Schaffner says.
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Origin and Etymology of sepsis
First Known Use: 1876See Words from the same year
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