英 [,septɪ'siːmɪə] 美 [,sɛptə'simɪə]
  • n. 败血症;败血病
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septicemia 败血症

来自 septic,脓毒的,-em,血,词源同 anemia,无血的,-ia,表疾病。用于指败血症。

septicemia (n.)
1857, Modern Latin septicæmia, from French septicoemi, coined irregularly by French physician Pierre-Adolphe Piorry (1794-1879) in 1837 from Greek septikos (see septic) + haima "blood" (see -emia).
Dr. Piorry, in a second communication, insists upon the fact, that in a great number of cases the decaying contents of the uterus, and the putrid infection of the blood from this source, constitute the so-called puerperal fever, and he thinks that the discussion in the Academy is only a fight about words, as the different speakers agree, without knowing it themselves, upon the nature of the disease. He proposes the name of septicemia, as best designating the sources of the disease, viz., from putrid infection from the uterus, and by the respiration of an atmosphere pregnant with septic particles. ... The admission of this septicemia explains the putrid accidents, as observed in men, the foetus, and wounded persons during a puerperal epidemic. [E. Noeggerath and A. Jacobi, "Contributions to Midwifery," New York, 1859]
1. The main emphasis of our research has shifted to the prevention of infection and septicemia.


2. Septicemia was emphasized as a common cause of death in burns.


3. The main causes of mortality were shock, septicemia and respiratory failure.
小儿烧伤死亡率与面积呈正相关,主要死亡原因是:休克 、 血症、吸衰竭.


4. The mortality of septicemia with Vibrio vulnificus necrotizing fasciitis is very high.


5. Nineteen patients , including 6 of 7 patients with fungal septicemia died.
死亡19例(20.5%), 其中7例真菌性败血症6例死亡.


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