Exanguination - definition of exanguination by The Free Dictionary
n. exanguinación pérdida severa de sangre.
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Although tourniquet decreases TKR intraoperative bleeding, postoperative blood loss occurs due to an increased fibrinolysis in response to exanguination
Vascular control to prevent exanguination
as a contributor to the deadly triad must go hand in hand with the initial management and requires the participation of an anesthesiologist and a surgeon.
He became hemodynamically unstable and was taken to the operating room where he developed pulseless electrical activity and ultimately expired secondary to tamponade and exanguination