Blood Stream Infections and Clinical Sepsis

Blood Infections or Bacteraemia or Sepsis occurs when a bacterial infection occur somewhere else in the body such as in the lungs or skin which enters the blood stream. This is dangerous because bacteria and their toxins can be transported through the bloodstream to the entire body.

  • Emerging blood borne infections
  • Current and emerging infectious risks of blood transfusions
  • Latest blood culture and sensitivity report
  • Bacteria colonization and cross contamination

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