Definition of Hemostats

1. Noun. (plural of hemostat) ¹



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Definition of Hemostats

1. hemostat [n] - See also: hemostat

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hemostats

hemorrhoidal vein
hemorrhoidals
hemorrhoidectomies
hemorrhoidectomy
hemorrhoids
hemosiderin
hemosiderins
hemosiderosis
hemostases
hemostasia
hemostasis
hemostat
hemostatic
hemostatics
hemostats
hemotaphonomy
hemothorax
hemotoxic
hemotoxicity
hemotoxin
hemotoxins
hemotoxylin
hemovanadin
hemovigilance
hemovore
hemozoin
hemp
hemp-nettle
hemp-nettles

Literary usage of Hemostats

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1. Buffalo Medical Journal (1907)
"The capsule was found to be very vascular, and several ligatures and hemostats were applied to stop the hemorrhage. It was noticed that the vessels were ..."

2. The Thyroid Gland by Cleveland Clinic Foundation, George Washington Crile (1922)
"8, 12 hemostats. 9, 12 hemostats. 10, 12 hemostats. 11, 12 hemostats. 12, 2 Alice hemostats. 13, 6 tetra-clamps. and in the operating room are set up by two ..."

3. Surgical After-treatment by Le Roi Goddard Crandon, Albert Ehrenfried (1912)
"The handle of the cannula is then tightly seized by a pair of hemostats (the fingers are too clumsy) (Fig. 33), three mosquito hemostats or small ..."

4. Transaction by Texas Medical Association (1901)
"All bleeding points have been controlled by small hemostats. ... This I avoid by leaving the hemostats in place forty-eight hours, thus saving time and loss ..."

5. Experimental Pharmacology by Dennis Emerson Jackson (1917)
""With a median longitudinal incision now open the abdomen and place hemostats at each side on the edges of the wound. Pull upward and outward on these (two) ..."

6. Preparatory and After Treatment in Operative Cases by Herman A. Haubold (1910)
"The handle of the cannula is then tightly seized by a pair of hemostats (the fingers are too clumsy), three mosquito hemostats. or small, self-lock ing. ..."

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