coagulate


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coagulate

the solid or semisolid substance produced by coagulation
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Normally, NRL formulations with low or high ammonia do not coagulate spontaneously for long periods.
Equipment that is developed by combining ultrasonic and transecting capabilities are in demand, as they can coagulate and cut at lower temperatures by converting electrical energy to mechanical energy.
If transfuse too much, there could be further coagulation defects that occur, but if transfuse not enough, bleeding continues then the device could also help patients whose blood coagulates too easily, forming clots inside of blood vessels in a condition called thrombosis.
I then coagulate the IP ligament with the fenestrated bipolar grasper (setting: 35 watts).
Steam and Sequins for Larry Levan" stitches hissing high hats, bursts of brass, and mechanized hand claps into a moody disco-house workout, while furtive rustling and strangulated funk guitar coagulate into instrumental '70s soul on "Public Sex for Boyd McDonald.
Jenkins, 28, the man hailed as a true Olympic hero when he shouldered his damaged bike and ran the last few miles of the stage during the Games in Athens last year, has been told that he has two rogue genes which cause his blood to coagulate far quicker than most people.
Yemin suffered a stroke last year, at the age of 34, after an autoimmune disorder caused him to coagulate and throw a clot.
we feel everything we smile and wait for our collective recall to coagulate with centuries of rage--From "Diallo"
As you sit and watch yours coagulate, think of the blood in the arteries that feed your heart.
The rate at which egg proteins coagulate increases as temperature increases.