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Gram-negative septicaemia during haemorrhage from an anastomotic ulcer
  1. J. D. Ward1
  1. Medical Unit, The London Hospital


    Gram-negative septicaemia (Klebsiella) occurred on two occasions in a patient bleeding from an anastomotic ulcer. It is postulated that the presence of this organism in the gut of such a patient provided the portal of entry for this infection.

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    • 1 Present address: Department of Medicine, Guy's Hospital, London, S.E.1.