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Septic shock

septic shock

(Science: microbiology) condition of clinical shock caused by endotoxin in the blood.

A serious complication of severe burns and abdominal wounds, frequently fatal. Part of the problem seems to be due to increased leucocyte adhesiveness, which leads to massive sequestration of neutrophils in the lung, increased vascular permeability and acute respiratory distress syndrome.

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... ICU for another 3 days he died of multiple organ failure secondary to septic shock secondary to urosepsis i bet those doctors made a wrong diagnosis... they disagree among ...

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... far as intestines go I had 9 feet removed in 1990, I almost died from septic shock and they had to try all kinds of antibiotics as they would not work. How I am still here ...

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