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- n. The stoppage of bleeding or hemorrhage.
- n. The stoppage of blood flow through a blood vessel or body part.
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- n. The process of keeping blood inside a damaged vessel to stop bleeding.
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- n. surgical procedure of stopping the flow of blood (as with a hemostat)
Slowing of blood flow in the affected area, called hemostasis, is likely the cause.
In addition to diabetes care, Novo Nordisk has a leading position within areas such as hemostasis management, growth hormone therapy, and hormone therapy for women.
Single doses of aspirin (81 mg daily) produce a slight delay in hemostasis, which increases two-fold if administration is continued for a week.
The Coagulation Laboratory is dedicated to the highest-quality laboratory evaluation of hemostasis and thrombosis.
The Director of the Coagulation Laboratory, Dr. Long Zheng, is interested in a variety of aspects of platelet disorders, hemostasis and thrombosis.
Role of tissue factor in hemostasis, thrombosis, and vascular development.
Davidson CJ, Tuddenham EG, McVey JH. 450 million years of hemostasis.
OF MD. MEDICAL CENTER: Right now we're doing basic stabilization, so stabilization of fractures and hemostasis, or stopping the bleeding.
· Compress the borders of the socket between the thumb and index finger and ask the patient to bite hard on 1 or 2 compresses for 30 minutes to produce hemostasis and coagulation.
It is an established fact that Ze Arigo, the peasant Brazilian surgeon-healer, could cut through the flesh and viscera with an unclean kitchen - or pocketknife and there would be no pain, no hemostasis — the tying off of blood vessels — and no need for stitches.