Medical Definition of Neonatal sepsis

1. A serious blood-borne bacterial infection in the infant who is less than 4 months of age. A common causative agent is haemophilus influenza type b. Babies who are septic are usually listless, weak, overly sleepy, not urinating and pale. (27 Sep 1997)



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