Opinion on the concept of sepsis and septicemia


Christopher Mayer*

Bacteria are microscopic single-cell microorganisms, most of them are harmless and many are helpful. Some of the bacteria in the intestines aids in digestion of food. However, some types of bacterial species can cause bacterial infections, which in progress leads to sepsis. Sepsis is although caused by both fungal and viral infections but the most sepsis death contributive organism is bacterial pathogens (agents of causing infection).

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