Did you mayhaps mean hemostasis?
- n. alternative spelling of hemostasis.
- n. surgical procedure of stopping the flow of blood (as with a hemostat)
“When temporary haemostasis is obtained by means of forceps or clamps, these instruments must be smooth-jawed and their pressure carefully regulated.”
“The temporary haemostasis is secured by clamps placed at a few centimeters 'distance from the location of the suture.”
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“In addition, Novo Nordisk has a leading position within areas such as haemostasis management, growth hormone therapy and hormone replacement therapy.”
“«Privat-dozent» from 1866 onwards he published experimental work on haemostasis (by torsion of the arteries) in”
“Temporary haemostasis in the case of small vessels is secured by an ordinary serrefine, the spring of which is carefully regulated, and in the case of large vessels by Crile clamps or smooth-jawed Gentile forceps.”
“After this, the serrefines, which served to secure the temporary haemostasis, were removed and the circulation was reestablished, after having been interrupted for”
“It is of fundamental importance that the wound be not closed before complete haemostasis of the anastomosis has been obtained.”
“The temporary haemostasis of the splenic vessels was secured by means of two serrefines, after which the pedicle of the spleen was cut and the organ extracted.”
“The circulation was reestablished and the haemostasis of the surface of the section of the member was performed.”
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