Being 1932, I know they don't have access to penicillan or even Sulpha drugs. So what methods would they have used to try and save her? Would they try for an operation - a hysterectomy or a D&C? Or would it be morphine for the pain and something for the fever and hope for the best?
Searches done: "Septic Abortion", "Septic abortion 1932", +"Septic abortion" +treatment +1930s, lots of checks on Septicemia, puerperal fever, etc and treatment anywhere from 1920 to 1940, but while I've found lots of "yes, there was abortion and women died from it", I can't find what they'd do once a "red blanket case" came into the hospital.