Antihemorrhagic


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An`ti`hem`or`rhag´ic


a.1.(Med.) Tending to stop hemorrhage.
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Bag, "Antibacterial, antisecretory and antihemorrhagic activity of Azadirachta indica used to treat cholera and diarrhea in India," Journal ofEthnopharmacology, vol.
With the preventive use of Fogarty we observed moderate bleeding, defined as bleeding that required a prolonged use of Fogarty (3-20 minutes) or the instillation of saline water and/or antihemorrhagic drugs, in 5.5% (13 of 297) of patients (S.T., unpublished observations, June 2016).
Other biological activities, such as spasmogenic, immunostimulatory, anti-inflammatory, antihemorrhagic, antihyperglycemic, antihyperlipidemic, antiulcer, antidiarrheal, and antioxidant activities, were also investigated in different species [9].
[Anacardiaceae] antioxidant, anti- Manga inflammatory [30] Myracrodruon Anti-inflammatory, urundeuva Allemao healing [31] [Anacardiaceae] Aroeira-Sertao Plathymenia Anti-inflammatory, reticulata Benth antihemorrhagic, [Fabaceae] Candeia antibiotic, antioxidant, antivenom [26, 32] Psidium guajava Antidiarrheal, L.
Thanks to its antihemorrhagic effect, the powdered leaf extract was traditionally used to reduce nose bleeding and excessive menstrual flow [10].
Solanum incanum [Figure 9] is utilized for its antihemorrhagic activity, and Lycium shawii is a traditional detoxifying agent.
With respect to the biological potential attributed to the classes of metabolites found in the present study, it is known that the use of medicinal plants containing flavonoids is vast and, although some studies have shown that certain flavonoids may have mutagenic effect, in general, they are considered beneficial, being used for their antitumor, antiviral, antihemorrhagic, hormonal, antiinflammatory, antimicrobial, and antioxidant properties (Simoes et al., 2005).