Definición de exsanguination en inglés:

exsanguination

Saltos de línea: ex|san¦guin|ation
Pronunciación: /ɪkˌsaŋgwɪˈneɪʃ(ə)n
 
, ɛk-/

sustantivo

[mass noun] Medicine
1The action of draining a person, animal, or organ of blood: regional anaesthesia with exsanguination of the limb
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • After measuring mechanics, animals were killed by exsanguination.
  • Animals then were killed by further exsanguination through the abdominal aorta.
  • After exsanguination, the lungs were fixed by intratracheal instillation with 10% neutral phosphate-buffered formalin at a pressure of 20 cm H2O for 72 hours.
1.1Severe loss of blood: no patient died from immediate exsanguination
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Disruption of vessels in the cord can lead to exsanguination of blood that, if confined to the cord, forms a hematoma.
  • Fatalities are rare and usually a consequence of exsanguination at the scene or penetration of a vital organ.
  • All three types of subadventitial aortic disruption are at high risk for exsanguination and should be managed with emergent surgery.

Origen

early 20th century: from Latin exsanguinatus 'drained of blood' (from ex- 'out' + sanguis, sanguin- 'blood') + -ion.

Derivativos

exsanguinate

Pronunciación: /ɪkˈsaŋgwɪneɪt, ɛk-/
verbo
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • They have never seen how white a woman's body is when she's exsanguinated by a post-partum hemorrhage.
  • The dream had forced me to confront the fact that I had been at the hospital seeing a patient in consultation who was close to exsanguinating after an operation.
  • Following arthroscopy, the extremity is elevated, exsanguinated, and the rest of the procedure carried out under tourniquet control.

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