Definition of Sapremia

1. Noun. Blood poisoning caused by putrefactive bacteria; results from eating putrefied matter.

Exact synonyms: Sapraemia
Generic synonyms: Sepsis



Definition of Sapremia

1. a form of blood poisoning [n -S] : SAPREMIC [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sapremia

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sappily
sappiness
sappinesses
sapping
sapple
sappled
sapples
sappling
sappodilla
sappodillas
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sapr-
sapraemia
sapraemias
sapremia (current term)
sapremias
sapremic
saprists
sapro-
saprobe
saprobes
saprobial
saprobic
saprodontia
saprogen
saprogenic
saprogenicities
saprogenicity
saprol

Literary usage of Sapremia

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1. Transactions of the American Association of Obstetricians and Gynecologists by American Association of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (1908)
"THE treatment of puerperal sapremia may be said to have been pretty definitely settled. The accepted treatment is neither experimental nor is it based on ..."

2. A Nurse's Guide for the Operating Room by Nicholas Senn (1902)
"If the patient lives long enough suppuration in one or different parts of the body is to be expected. The general treatment of sapremia and ..."

3. Clinical Studies for Nurses: A Text-book for Second and Third Year Pupil by Charlotte Albina Aikens (1911)
"sapremia often occurs in the case of a septic wound where death of tissue has ... The poison may enter through a pin prick and, unlike sapremia, the cause ..."

4. The Prevention and Treatment of Abortion by Frederick Joseph Taussig (1910)
"CHAPTER XX Sepsis The most serious danger of abortion is sapremia and septic ... sapremia. Fever is constantly present in these cases, but it will vary ..."

5. Manual of Bacteriology and Pathology for Nurses by Jay Gilbert Roberts (1920)
"... sapremia, SEPTICEMIA, INFECTIOUS DISEASES PYOGENIC BACTERIA WHILE almost any germ may produce suppuration under certain conditions, there are certain ..."

6. Practical Medicine by Frederic Mortimer Lawrence (1901)
"Should the symptoms of sapremia develop, the surgical indications are to relieve pressure, and to evacuate and drain the cavity, frequently using irrigation ..."

7. Transactions of the American Association of Obstetricians and Gynecologists by American Association of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (1908)
"THE treatment of puerperal sapremia may be said to have been pretty definitely settled. The accepted treatment is neither experimental nor is it based on ..."

8. A Nurse's Guide for the Operating Room by Nicholas Senn (1902)
"If the patient lives long enough suppuration in one or different parts of the body is to be expected. The general treatment of sapremia and ..."

9. Clinical Studies for Nurses: A Text-book for Second and Third Year Pupil by Charlotte Albina Aikens (1911)
"sapremia often occurs in the case of a septic wound where death of tissue has ... The poison may enter through a pin prick and, unlike sapremia, the cause ..."

10. The Prevention and Treatment of Abortion by Frederick Joseph Taussig (1910)
"CHAPTER XX Sepsis The most serious danger of abortion is sapremia and septic ... sapremia. Fever is constantly present in these cases, but it will vary ..."

11. Manual of Bacteriology and Pathology for Nurses by Jay Gilbert Roberts (1920)
"... sapremia, SEPTICEMIA, INFECTIOUS DISEASES PYOGENIC BACTERIA WHILE almost any germ may produce suppuration under certain conditions, there are certain ..."

12. Practical Medicine by Frederic Mortimer Lawrence (1901)
"Should the symptoms of sapremia develop, the surgical indications are to relieve pressure, and to evacuate and drain the cavity, frequently using irrigation ..."

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