antihemorrhagic


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antihemorrhagic

 [an″te-, an″ti-hem″o-raj´ik]
1. preventing or stopping hemorrhage.
2. an agent that so acts.

an·ti·hem·or·rhag·ic

(an'tē-hem-ō-rāj'ik),
Arresting hemorrhage.
Synonym(s): hemostatic (2)

antihemorrhagic

/an·ti·hem·or·rhag·ic/ (-hem″ah-raj´ik) exerting a hemostatic effect; counteracting hemorrhage, or an agent that does this.

antihemorrhagic

[-hē′môraj′ik]
any drug or agent used to prevent or control bleeding, such as thromboplastin or thrombin, either of which mediates the blood-clotting process.

an·ti·hem·or·rhag·ic

(an'tē-hem-ō-raj'ik)
Arresting hemorrhage.
Synonym(s): hemostatic (2) , antihaemorrhagic.

antihemorrhagic

1. exerting a hemostatic effect and counteracting hemorrhage.
2. an agent that prevents or checks hemorrhage.
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