noun /sɛptɪˈsiːmɪə/
Blood poisoning; sepsis of the blood.<ref name="OED"/>
Syn: septæmia
See Also: -æmia, pyæmia, pyæmic, viræmia, viræmic, anæmia, chloræmia, collæmia, hæm, hæm-, hæmapophysis, hæmapophysial, hæmautograph, hæmautographic, hæmautography, hæmochromatosis, hæmochrome, hæmochromometer, hæmochromogen, hæmocœle, hæmoconcentration, hæmocyanin, hæmocyte, hæmocytometer, hæmodialysis, hæmodialyser, hæmodromograph, hæmodromometer, hæmodynamic, (s), hæmodynamometer, hæmogastric, hæmogenetic, hæmoglobulin, hæmogram, hæmogregarine, hæmolymph, (atic), hæmolysis, hæmolysate, hæmolyse, hæmolysed, hæmolysing, hæmolysin, hæmolytic, (ally), hæmometer, hæmopathology, hæmophæin, hæmophæic, hæmophilia, hæmophily, hæmophiliac, hæmophilic, hæmophobia, hæmoptic, hæmopto, ë, hæmoptoic, hæmoptysis, hæmoptysic, (al), hæmopneumothorax, hæmopoiesis, hæmopoietic, hæmopoietin, (e), hæmoscope, hæmoscopy, hæmosiderin, hæmosiderosis, hæmospastic, hæmostasis, hæmostat, hæmostatic, hæmostatics, hæmotachometer, hæmotachometry, hæmothorax, hæmotrophy, hæma-, hæmad, hæmafibrite, hæmagglutinate, hæmagglutinating, hæmagglutination, hæmagglutinin, hæmagogue, hæmal, hæmal arch, hæmal canal, hæmal cavity, hæmal gland, hæmal spine, hæmal system, hæmangioblastoma, (ta), hæmangioma, (ta), hæmangiomatosis, hæmanthus, hæmarthrosis, hæmat-, hæmataulics, hæmat, (h), idrosis, hæmatobic, hæmatobious, hæmatoblast, (ic), hæmatocathartic, hæmatochrome, hæmatocrit, hæmatokrit, Hæmatocrya, hæmatocryal, hæmatocyanin, hæmatocyst, (is), hæmatocyte, hæmatocytometer, hæmatodynamics, hæmatodynamometer, hæmatogastric, hæmatogen, hæmatogenesis, hæmatogenic, hæmatogenous, hæmatognomist, hæmatography, hæmatolytic, hæmatomyelia, hæmatopathology, hæmatophagous, hæmatophilia, hæmatophobia, hæmatophyte, hæmatopoiesis, hæmatopoietic, hæmatoporphyrin, hæmatosalpinx, hæmatoscope, hæmatoscopy, hæmatospectroscope, hæmatostibiite, hæmatothermal, hæmatothorax, hæmatozoön, hæmatozoan, hæmatozoic, hæmatocele, hæmatocrystallin, hæmatoglobulin, hæmatoglobin, hæmoglobin, hæmoglobinæmia, hæmoglobiniferous, hæmoglobinometer, hæmoglobinometry, hæmoglobinopathy, hæmoglobinuria, hæmoglobinuric, oxyhæmoglobin, hæmatology, hæmatologic, (al), (ly), hæmatologist, hæmatometer, hæmatometry, hæmatoporphyria, hæmatoxylin, hæmatoxylic, hæmaturia, hæmaturic, hæmatal, hæmatemesis, hæmatherm, hæmathermal, hæmathermous, hæmatic, (s), hæmatid, hæmatin, hæmatinic, hæmatinometer, hæmatinometric, hæmatinuria, hæmatine, hæmatinon, hæmatite, (s), red hæmatite, (s), brown hæmatite, (s), hæmatitiform, hæmatitic, (al), hæmatoid, hæmatoidin, hæmatoin, hæmatoma, (ta), hæmatomatous, hæmatose, hæmatosin, hæmatosis, hæmerythrin, -hæmia, polycythæmia, polycythæmia rubra, polycythæmia rubra vera, polycythæmia vera, polycythæmic, hæmic, hæmiglobin, hæmin, hæmoid, hæmony, hæmophobous, hæmorrhagic, (ally), hæmorrhagic fever, hæmorrhagious, hæmorrhagy, hæmorrhagia, hæmorrhage, hæmorrhaging, hæmorrhoid, (es), hæmorrhoidal, hæmorrhoidectomy, hæmorrhe, hæmorrhoïs, hæmorrhus, hypercalcæmia, hypercalcæmic, hyper, (h), æmia, active hyper, (h), æmia, arterial hyper, (h), æmia, passive hyper, (h), æmia, venous hyper, (h), æmia, hyper, (h), æmia, hypocalcæmia, hypocalcæmic, hypochloræmia, hyponatræmia, hyponatræmic, hypophosphatæmia, hypophosphatæmic, hypopotassæmia, hypopotassæmic, hypoproteinæmia, hypoproteinæmic, hypoprothrombinæmia, hypoprothrombinæmic, ichorrhæmia, ichorrhæmic, leukæmia, leukæmic, leukæmogenic, leukæmogen, leukæmogenesis, leukæmoid, spanæmia, spanæmic, stercoræmia, thalassæmia, thalassæmia intermedia, thalassæmia major, thalassæmia minor, thalassæmic, tularæmia, tularæmic, tyrosinæmia, uræmia, uræmic, urinæmia, seps, sepsine, sepsis, septæmia, septage, septic, (al), (ly), septicine, septicity, septic-, septine, septinous, septon, (e), septous, (acid), septite, sept-, septodiarrhœa, septogenic, septogerm, septometer

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