Definition of Antihemorrhagic. Meaning of Antihemorrhagic. Synonyms of Antihemorrhagic

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Definition of Antihemorrhagic

Antihemorrhagic
Antihemorrhagic An`ti*hem`or*rhag"ic, a. (Med.) Tending to stop hemorrhage. -- n. A remedy for hemorrhage.

Meaning of Antihemorrhagic from wikipedia

- An antihemorrhagic (British English: antihaemorrhagic) agent is a substance that promotes hemostasis (stops bleeding). It may also be known as a hemostatic...
- Etamsylate (sometimes spelled ethamsylate) is an antihemorrhagic agent which is believed to work by increasing resistance in the endothelium of capillaries...
- disorder Cis-abienol synthase, an enzyme Ankaferd BloodStopper, an antihemorrhagic Auto-brewery syndrome, ethanol produced in the digestive system Aqueous...
- Omori-Satoha, Tamotsu; Yoshio Yamakawab; Dietrich Mebs (November 2000). "The antihemorrhagic factor, erinacin, from the European hedgehog (Erinaceus europaeus)...
- coagulation is the horseshoe crab. Medicine portal Agglutination (biology) Antihemorrhagic Post-vaccination embolic and thrombotic events Furie, Barbara C.; Furie...
- Carbazochrome is an antihemorrhagic, or hemostatic, agent that will cease blood flow by causing the aggregation and adhesion of platelets in the blood...
- in the mussurana by the Brazilian scientist Vital Brazil. They have antihemorrhagic and antineurotoxic antibodies in their blood. The Virginia opossum...
- as a vasoprotective drug. The diethylamine salt, etamsylate, is an antihemorrhagic agent. Zhang X, Liu W, Wu S, Jin J, Li W, Wang N (January 2015). "Calcium...
- Pregnancy category AU: D Routes of administration Subcutaneous Drug class Antihemorrhagic ATC code B02BX10 (WHO) Legal status Legal status AU: S4 (Prescription...
- Vitamin K is a family of structurally similar, fat-soluble vitamers found in foods and marketed as dietary supplements. The human body requires vitamin...