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Meningitis
...  illness. These complications require specific treatment and also indicate severe illness or sometimes, a worse prognosis. The infections may cause a systematic inflammatory response syndrome or sepsis, along with declining blood pressure and a swift heart rate. This may lead to a lack of blood supply to one’s organs. Because of the increasing pressure inside the skull, or intracranial  ...

Sepsis
...  is an overwhelming and deadly infection which attacks any part of your body, but is most commonly reported to begin at the kidneys, liver, gall bladder, and lungs. sepsis is also known as septic inflammatory response syndrome or SIRS. sepsis attacks a person through his or her bloodstream and is bacterial in nature. It should be noted that meningitis is often accompanied by sepsis and  ...

Bones Pain
...  that had spread to the bones (e.g. cancer). Whatever the cause of the bone pain, it should be given prompt medical attention as it could cause other complications later. Known Causes Of Bone Pain 1. sepsis Otherwise known as Bacteraemia, this is an infection that is traced to originate in a person’s bloodstream. Harmful organisms or bacteria may form toxins in the blood. The result of this  ...

Neutropenia
...  in protecting and fighting against the bacteria that could possibly enter the body. People having this condition is more prone to several infections- viral or bacterial, and could cause Neutropenic sepsis- a life-threatening disease, if not given prompt treatment. Neutropenia Causes This is caused if the white blood cells in the body are destroyed. The cause of this sickness is similar to  ...


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