hemostatic


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hemostatic

[¦hē·mə¦stad·ik]
(medicine)
An agent that arrests or checks bleeding, especially by shortening clotting time.
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A total of 126 cases of LPN for renal tumors performed with the use of three different types of hemostatic agents between November 2008 and December 2016 were enrolled in this retrospective study.
(52) reported two cases of laparoscopic gynecologic procedures complicated by SBO, possibly related to the use of a hemostatic agent.
In addition, the company has received an expansion of its SBIR Phase II grant to support additional seminal research into the development of new flowable, internal-use hemostatic formulations.
In Group-II and III, hemostatic agent should be considered in addition to the classic methods (ligature, bipolar electrocautery).
Atefi et al., "CoolClot, a novel hemostatic agent for controlling life-threatening arterial bleeding," World Journal of Emergency Medicine, vol.
These findings from traditional applications suggest that Bletilla striata particles can be used as hemostatic agents to treat traumatic bleeding.
The present study was undertaken to know the incidence of different nonpelvic causes of menorrhagia and to highlight the importance of history, clinical examination and inclusion of some simple routine blood tests in our day to day practice to diagnose underlying hemostatic disorders in patients with menorrhagia.
Conclusions and Clinical Relevance--Meloxicam administered orally at the dosage used in this study caused no apparent negative changes in several renal, gastrointestinal, or hemostatic variables in healthy Hispaniolan Amazon parrots.
One study found microfibrillar collagen (MC) use during cold knife conization resulted in nonsignificant reduction in operative time and similar hemostatic results compared to Sturmdorf suture (Obstet.
hemostatic market is estimated to be $889 million in 2012 growing to approximately $1.1 billion in 2014, while the European market is estimated to be $361 million in 2012 growing to approximately $430 million in 2014, according to iData Research.