Definition of Styptics

1. Noun. (plural of styptic) ¹



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Definition of Styptics

1. styptic [n] - See also: styptic

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Styptics

styming
stymy
stymying
styphnate
styphnates
styphnic
styphnic acid
stypsis
stypsises
styptic
styptic pencil
styptic weed
styptical
stypticity
styptick
styptics (current term)
styracin
styracosaur
styracosaurus
styrax
styrax family
styraxes
styre
styred
styrene
styrene-butadiene-styrene
styrenes
styrenyl
styres
styring

Literary usage of Styptics

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1. A Compend of Dental Pathology and Dental Medicine: Containing the Most by George Washington Warren (1903)
"styptics are agents which arrest hemorrhage by local application. ... Chemical styptics coagulate the exuding blood, and at the same time stimulate the ..."

2. General Surgical Pathology and Therapeutics: In Fifty Lectures. A Text-book by Theodor Billroth (1871)
"Tourniquet.—Acupressure. — Bandaging.—Tampon.—3. styptics. ... The remedies that cause rapid coagulation of blood, styptics (from ..."

3. Dental materia medica and therapeutics: With Special Reference to the by Hermann Prinz (1917)
"Hemostatics and styptics are agents which arrest the flow of blood from a broken vessel wall—that is, hemorrhage. At present both terms are used analogously ..."

4. General surgical pathology and therapeutics, in fifty lectures by Theodor Billroth (1872)
"Closure of the vessel by tying it—ligation. 2. Compression. 3. The remedies that cause rapid coagulation of blood, styptics (from ..."

5. Dental materia medica and therapeutics by Hermann Prinz (1909)
"HEMOSTATICS AND styptics. ... and styptics arc agents which arrest the flow of blood from a broken, vessel wall—that is, hemorrhage. ..."

6. A Textbook of the diseases of women by Henry Jacques Garrigues (1894)
"167 to 169). just spoken, other means of preventing or checking hemorrhage are available: hot water, styptics, cauterization, ligature, suture, ..."

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