py·ae·mia /paɪˈɪmɪə/ 名詞
Py·æ·mi·a, Py·e·mi·a n. Med. A form of blood poisoning produced by the absorption of pyogenic microorganisms into the blood, usually from a wound or local inflammation. It is characterized by multiple abscesses throughout the body, and is attended with irregularly recurring chills, fever, profuse sweating, and exhaustion. -- Py*æ*mic, Py*e*mic a.
n : septicemia caused by pus-forming bacteria released from an
abscess [syn: pyemia]