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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

[eksang′gwināt]
Etymology: L, ex, sanguis, blood
to drain away or deprive an organ of blood.

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]

exsanguinate

creation of a bloodless field by the distal proximal application of a tourniquet or Esmarch bandage

ex·san·gui·nate

(ek-sang'gwi-nāt)
To remove or withdraw circulating blood.
[L. ex, out, + sanguis (-guin), blood]
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Yet in Dracula dead animals, like their undead counterparts, are objectified, exsanguinated, and consigned to a marginal existence, an analogy that raises provocative questions for species identity.
Blood pooled underneath the patient, and she exsanguinated (Fields, 2010).
The toe was exsanguinated by rubber operating glove tourniquet (the cut end of a rubber finger being rolled back towards the big toe base).
One day after the last administration, they were anaesthetized with pentobarbital and exsanguinated from the descending aorta.
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The nonrandomized, phase II trial will use emergency preservation and resuscitation (EPR), as it is now called, to buy surgeons much-needed time in victims of blunt or penetrating trauma who have exsanguinated to the point of cardiac arrest.
The animals that did not die before four months from the inoculation were sacrificed under deep anesthesia with ether and exsanguinated by cardiac puncture to collect the serum.
The extremity being operated on was exsanguinated with an Esmarch bandage and the pneumatic tourniquet inflated to a pressure of 450 mmHg.