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Postoperative septicemia

Postoperative septicemia: Introduction

Blood poisoning (septicemia) that occurs after any surgical procedure as a result of infection. Septicemia is a serious condition that can rapidly deteriorate and cause death. In 2000 in the US approximately 11.26 cases of postoperative septicemia occurred per 1,000 elective surgery discharges. ...more »

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Misdiagnosis and Postoperative septicemia

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