Definition of Haematinic
1. Noun. A medicine that increases the hemoglobin content of the blood; used to treat iron-deficiency anemia.
Medical Definition of Haematinic
1. 1. Improving the condition of the blood. 2. An agent that improves the quality of blood by increasing the number of erythrocytes and/or the haemoglobin concentration. Synonym: haematic. Synonym: haematonic. (05 Mar 2000)
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Literary usage of Haematinic
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1. Organic Chemistry for Advanced Students by Julius Berend Cohen (1907)
"Both of these substances were termed haematinic adds, and eventually proved ... The structure of the haematinic acids follows from the fact that the imide, ..."
2. Chemistry of the Albumens: Ten Lectures Delivered in the Michaelmas Term by Samuel Barnett Schryver, University of London (1906)
"This leaves for haematinic acid the probable formulas— CHS. C=CH. CH2. CH2. COOH CH3. ... OOH OC CO O NI CO af NH Now haematinic acid is obtained from ..."
3. Elements of the Comparative Anatomy of Vertebrates by Gustav Mann, Walther Löb, Henry William Frederic Lorenz, Robert Wiedersheim, William Newton Parker, Thomas Jeffery Parker, Harry Clary Jones, Sunao Tawara, Leverett White Brownell, Max Julius Louis Le Blanc, Willis Rodney Whitney, John Wesley Brown, Wi (1906)
"... haematinic Acids By oxidising haematin dissolved in glacial acetic acid with a watery solution of sodium bichromate at the temperature of the water bath ..."
4. A Text-book of Physiological Chemistry by Olof Hammarsten, Sven Gustaf Hedin (1914)
"It is not reduced to mesoporphyrin by hydriodic acid but yields haematinic acid and methyl-ethyl maleic imide on oxidation with chromic acid. ..."
5. Chemistry of the Proteids by Gustav Mann (1906)
"On reinvestigating the formation of haematinic acids (see p. 512) he now holds that at least three molecules of ..."
6. An Introduction to the Chemistry of Plant Products by Paul Haas, Thomas George Hill (1917)
"The relationship between this haematinic acid imide and haemoglobin is as follows : — Haemoglobin is readily hydrolysed by dilute acids or alkalis with the ..."
7. On Bilirubin: The Red Coloring-matter of the Bile by John Edgar Teeple (1903)
"... C8 H10 Os, and the anhydride, C8 H8 O5 of the tribasic haematinic acid, C8 H10 O6. He also obtained this anhydride of tribasic ..."