Definition of Haematics
1. haematic [n] - See also: haematic
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Haematics
Literary usage of Haematics
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Transactions of the Annual Meeting by Ohio State Medical Society (1870)
"REPORT ON haematics. BY EH HYATT, MD, DELAWARE, OHIO. Mr. President and Gentlemen: At our last assembly I had the honor to read a paper on the action of ..."
2. On the action of medicines in the system by Frederick William Headland (1868)
"These are recited in the four remaining Propositions. The seventh treats of haematics, acting primarily in the blood. The eighth treats of Neurotics, ..."
3. The Practitioner's Handbook of Treatment: Or, The Principles of Therapeutics by John Milner Fothergill, William Murrell (1897)
"haematics furnish to the blood matters which are defective in our dietary. ... haematics go to build up the blood, to increase blood formation, ..."
4. The practitioner's handbook of treatment; or, The principles of therapeutics by John Milner Fothergill (1880)
"Often, indeed, these specifics are true haematics, by destroying the poison ... Ere leaving the subject of haematics a few words are essential as to the ..."
5. The American Journal of the Medical Sciences by Southern Society for Clinical Investigation (U.S.) (1858)
"The first class of medicines—haematics—Dr. H., as we have seen, divides into restoratives and catalytic.?. With respect to the first, he remarks that what ..."