Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Anything that causes coagulation.
- n. Something that causes coagulation (clumping or solidifying).
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. That which causes coagulation.
- n. an agent that produces coagulation
“I used 1/2 cup of the hot mushroom soaking water instead of plain water to dissolve the coagulator I used nigari-- two of those little packets you get with the soymilk machine.”
“One thing I noticed was that the acid from the tomatoes and any residual marinade on the artichokes, I guess started curdling the soymilk before I even added the coagulator.”
“It had itched after Mendoza had put the coagulator wand to it ...”
“Three times I had to apply the coagulator wand to stop his bleeding.”
“I've got 'er," said Hamlin, zapping it with the point of his bipolar coagulator, a device resembling a minuscule soldering stick but which electrocutes blood in a vessel, instantly frying it to a solid.”
“Got you," he said, touching his coagulator to it.”
“Maybe it is a super-blog, an all-star coagulator of content from those writers made online and those (like me) that have been driven there.”
“The proximal portion of the right femoral artery including the superficial and the deep branch and the distal portion of the saphenous artery were occluded with an electrical coagulator.”
“Long story short, PEAK Surgical wants its Peak PlasmaBlade, a cold cutter and coagulator, to be the bovie of the 21st century.”
“PEAK Surgical, Inc. from Palo Alto, CA hates the bovie cutter / coagulator.”
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