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Are Sepsis and Septicemia the Same Thing ?

Septicemia and sepsis are both used to refer to an infection in the blood that can lead to severe side-effects and can be lethal. However, the two terms are not exactly the same in a clinical sense. Septicemia specifically refers to an infection of the blood. Sepsis occurs when there is a measurable result of that infection to a patient’s vital signs or blood tests.

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