Definition of Septics
1. septic [n] - See also: septic
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Septics
Literary usage of Septics
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The American Eclectic Practice of Medicine by Ichabod Gibson Jones (1857)
"Exciting Causes of Disease: I. Cognizable Causes,—1, Mechanical; 2, Chemical— Irritants—Corrosives — septics—Alteratives; 3, Ingesta—Non-alimentary—Improper ..."
2. Compend of Dental Pathology and Therapetics by Henry H. Burchard (1896)
"septics by destroying the bacteria lessens the symptoms. 37. If, despite all measures, severe inflammatory symptoms are not reduced, what is to be done? ..."