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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.

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  • In the haemostatic process, the extrinsic pathway would be the major pathway in the coagulation system.

    Confirmation Bias and ID

  • 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.

    Confirmation Bias and ID

  • - Lack of vitamin K. Vitamin K.has no immediate haemostatic action: it is not indicated in cases of haemorrhagia of traumatic origin.

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  • It is also endowed in particular with haemostatic properties and is used in Malawi to prevent bleeding after tooth extraction.

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  • Tests are underway to determine if these compounds could be responsible for the haemostatic properties of the plant.

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  • During the operation the threads are fixed by means of small Gentile haemostatic forceps.

    Alexis Carrel - Nobel Lecture

  • 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.

    Maîtrise de soi-même par l'autosuggestion consciente. English

  • 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.

    Maîtrise de soi-même par l'autosuggestion consciente. English

  • Salient Surgical Technologies is a recognized leader in the advanced energy category for haemostatic sealing of soft tissue and bone, including its patented TRANSCOLLATION® technology that is cleared for use in a variety of surgical procedures including orthopaedic surgery, spine, open abdominal and thoracic procedures.


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