bloodless operation

blood·less op·er·a·tion

an operation performed with negligible loss of blood.

blood·less op·er·a·tion

(blŭd'lĕs op-ĕr-ā'shŭn)
An operation performed with negligible loss of blood.
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"Even if we want a bloodless operation, police officers need to defend themselves by retaliating if they are fired upon," Eleazar added.
'It is our aim for a bloodless operation. Things like this, however, happen especially when suspects resist arrest,' Yebra said.
A bloodless operation for the radical cure of idiopathic hydrocele.
The last troops are evacuated from Gallipoli in what turns out to be the only bloodless operation of the campaign, completed without a single casualty.
In a dramatic and bloodless operation, the Colombian army put an end to Betan-court's six-year-long captivity and also rescued three US defence contractors, held by the rebels since 2003, and 11 Colombian soldiers.
The French-Colombian politician was rescued on Wednesday in a dramatic and bloodless operation mounted by Colombian spies.
A simple method of passing the thread around the tumor and ligating the pedicle resulted in a bloodless operation. Our decision to prescribe radiation was based on the experience of Armstrong et al, who recommended it on the basis of their experience with tumors of the major salivary glands.
The Nato-led Stabilisation Force (SFOR) said on Monday its south-western division had seized Kulundzija near the north-western Bosnian town of Prijedor in a bloodless operation. A second man was later released.
'It was a bloodless operation since the targets were caught flatfooted.
Arthur Spohn was an amazing surgeon, inventing the rubber-ring tourniquet that allowed "bloodless operations" used by military worldwide, and today still holding the Guinness World Record for the largest tumor ever removed (328 pounds) with the patient surviving.