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Are Sepsis and Septic the Same Thing?
Sepsis is a blood infection caused in most cases by bacteria that can enter a person’s bloodstream when they have a different sort of infection, such as an infected wound or tooth. A person is said to be septic when they enter septic shock, or when the sepsis infection overwhelms their body.
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