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- adj. That promotes haemostasis
- n. Alternative form of hemostatic.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Same as hemostatic.
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It has oppressive as great as haemostatic properties.
In the haemostatic process, the extrinsic pathway would be the major pathway in the coagulation system.
I believe the intrinsic coagulation system initiated by the contact system would be more important as a host defense system working extravascular tissue space against microbial pathogens than as the haemostatic mechanism.
- Lack of vitamin K. Vitamin K.has no immediate haemostatic action: it is not indicated in cases of haemorrhagia of traumatic origin.
It is also endowed in particular with haemostatic properties and is used in Malawi to prevent bleeding after tooth extraction.
Tests are underway to determine if these compounds could be responsible for the haemostatic properties of the plant.
During the operation the threads are fixed by means of small Gentile haemostatic forceps.
As fairly often happens, a haemorrhage followed, but I told the dentist that I would try suggestion without his using a haemostatic, without knowing beforehand what would happen.
Under the influence of the idea: "The haemorrhage is to stop", the unconscious had sent to the small arteries and veins the order to stop the flow of blood, and, obediently, they contracted _naturally_, as they would have done artificially at the contact of a haemostatic like adrenalin, for example.
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