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ex·san·gui·nate

(ek-sang'gwi-nāt), Avoid the misspelling exanguinate.
1. To remove or withdraw the circulating blood; to make bloodless.
2. Synonym(s): exsanguine
[L. ex, out, + sanguis (-guin), blood]

exsanguinate

(ĕks-săng′gwə-nāt′)
v. exsangui·nated, exsangui·nating, exsangui·nates
v.tr.
To drain of blood.
v.intr.
To be drained of blood.

ex·san′gui·na′tion n.

exsanguinate

verb To bleed dry; to be bled dry.

exsanguinate

verb To be bled dry

ex·san·gui·nate

(ek-sang'gwi-nāt)
1. To remove or withdraw the circulating blood; to make bloodless.
2. Synonym(s): exsanguine.
[L. ex, out, + sanguis (-guin), blood]

ex·san·gui·nate

(ek-sang'gwi-nāt)
To remove or withdraw circulating blood.
[L. ex, out, + sanguis (-guin), blood]
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Given this high rate of blood flow during dialysis, if the lines are separated, the patient can exsanguinate if staff members do not immediately detect this situation and intervene (Mora-Bravo et al., 2008; NKF, 2006b).
HD machines are capable of delivering blood at pump speeds as high as 500 mL/minute, which implies that an adult patient with total blood volume of 5000 mL could exsanguinate in 10 minutes.
Thinking that the baby might exsanguinate, I quickly put my replacement computer (from my recent highjacking) down on Matron's trolley and finger-clamped the cord.
If, however, both of a bird's carotids were not cut, it may not exsanguinate rapidly enough and may recover mobility (and consciousness, assuming that consciousness was lost as a result of the electrical bath) while in the bleed-out tunnel.
Restlessness and megalomania drove him to conquer territories France could not hold and to exsanguinate France in needless wars.
To exsanguinate an animal, the heart was exposed by removing the overlying dorsal carapace and dermis.
(1-4) Care should be taken in smaller patients to ensure repeated monitoring does not exsanguinate the patient.
Hildreth's test is performed by elevating the patient's arm to exsanguinate it.
However, if collateral flow permits retrograde blood to exsanguinate from the wound, then compression is ineffective.