shock, septic

shock due to circulatory insufficiency caused most commonly by gram-negative bacteraemia. It is less often the result of the persistent presence of other micro-organisms in the blood (fungaemia, viraemia); in rare instances, it is caused by gram-positive organisms, but with different symptomatology.

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