exsanguination


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exsanguination

 [eks-sang″gwĭ-na´shun]
extensive blood loss due to internal or external hemorrhage.

ex·san·gui·na·tion

(ek-sang'gwi-nā'shŭn),
Removal of blood; making exsanguine.

exsanguination

/ex·san·gui·na·tion/ (ek-sang″gwin-a´shun) extensive loss of blood due to internal or external hemorrhage.

exsanguination

[eksang′gwinā′shən]
a massive loss of blood.

exsanguination

Trauma surgery A condition that is “…the most extreme form of hemorrhage, with an initial blood loss of > 40% and ongoing bleeding which, if not surgically controlled, will lead to death.” See Salvage surgery–trauma, Staged surgery.

ex·san·gui·na·tion

(ek-sang'gwi-nā'shŭn)
Removal of blood; making exsanguine.

exsanguination

The loss of a substantial proportion, or almost the whole volume, of the blood. The result of a severe haemorrhage.

exsanguination

extensive blood loss due to internal or external hemorrhage.
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Twenty-four pigs were sacrificed, at 35, 63, 98, and 161 days of age, by slaughtering one pig from each stall via electrical stunning followed by exsanguination.
The creation of the arteriovenous fistula (AVF) technique by Brescia, Cimino, and Appel in 1966 offered a chronic hemodialysis access option with less clotting and less infections than the shunt and decreased potential for exsanguination (Inglese, 2017).
In this context, the objective of the present study was to evaluate the physiological blood responses of broilers during arrival, post-lairage and exsanguination (at bleeding).
Bagolan et al have stressed the use of microsurgical technique and use of upper-arm exsanguination and ischemia12.
Overall, when patients requiring massive transfusion during their initial resuscitations are considered, it is apparent that about 10% of combat wounded are at high risk of early exsanguination and require aggressive, early hemorrhage control and blood-based resuscitation beginning in the prehospital phase of care to reduce morbidity and mortality.
If bleeding is not promptly addressed, significant blood loss or exsanguination may occur.
Open biopsy can be diagnostic, although exsanguination may occur.
Blood transfusion is recommended to prevent patient from exsanguination and hence rendered important in management.
Upon cardiac puncture and exsanguination on day 3 after CPR, 4 mice in each group underwent transcardial perfusion and whole body fixation with 10% phosphate-buffered formalin.
Necropsy results showed intracoelomic bleeding and exsanguination from fractures in both the hepatic and splenic capsules.