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ex·san·gui·nate

 (ĕks-săng′gwə-nāt′)
v. ex·san·gui·nat·ed, ex·san·gui·nat·ing, ex·san·gui·nates
v.tr.
To drain of blood.
v.intr.
To be drained of blood.

[From Latin exsanguinātus, drained of blood : ex-, ex- + sanguis, sanguin-, blood.]

ex·san′gui·na′tion n.

exsanguinate

(ɪkˈsæŋɡwɪneɪt)
vb
(Medicine) (tr) rare to drain the blood from
[C19: from Latin exsanguināre]
exˌsanguinˈation n

ex•san•gui•nate

(ɛksˈsæŋ gwəˌneɪt)

v.t. -nat•ed, -nat•ing.
to drain of blood.
[1790–1800; < Latin exsanguinātus drained of blood]
ex•san`gui•na′tion, n.

exsanguinate


Past participle: exsanguinated
Gerund: exsanguinating

Imperative
exsanguinate
exsanguinate
Present
I exsanguinate
you exsanguinate
he/she/it exsanguinates
we exsanguinate
you exsanguinate
they exsanguinate
Preterite
I exsanguinated
you exsanguinated
he/she/it exsanguinated
we exsanguinated
you exsanguinated
they exsanguinated
Present Continuous
I am exsanguinating
you are exsanguinating
he/she/it is exsanguinating
we are exsanguinating
you are exsanguinating
they are exsanguinating
Present Perfect
I have exsanguinated
you have exsanguinated
he/she/it has exsanguinated
we have exsanguinated
you have exsanguinated
they have exsanguinated
Past Continuous
I was exsanguinating
you were exsanguinating
he/she/it was exsanguinating
we were exsanguinating
you were exsanguinating
they were exsanguinating
Past Perfect
I had exsanguinated
you had exsanguinated
he/she/it had exsanguinated
we had exsanguinated
you had exsanguinated
they had exsanguinated
Future
I will exsanguinate
you will exsanguinate
he/she/it will exsanguinate
we will exsanguinate
you will exsanguinate
they will exsanguinate
Future Perfect
I will have exsanguinated
you will have exsanguinated
he/she/it will have exsanguinated
we will have exsanguinated
you will have exsanguinated
they will have exsanguinated
Future Continuous
I will be exsanguinating
you will be exsanguinating
he/she/it will be exsanguinating
we will be exsanguinating
you will be exsanguinating
they will be exsanguinating
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been exsanguinating
you have been exsanguinating
he/she/it has been exsanguinating
we have been exsanguinating
you have been exsanguinating
they have been exsanguinating
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been exsanguinating
you will have been exsanguinating
he/she/it will have been exsanguinating
we will have been exsanguinating
you will have been exsanguinating
they will have been exsanguinating
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been exsanguinating
you had been exsanguinating
he/she/it had been exsanguinating
we had been exsanguinating
you had been exsanguinating
they had been exsanguinating
Conditional
I would exsanguinate
you would exsanguinate
he/she/it would exsanguinate
we would exsanguinate
you would exsanguinate
they would exsanguinate
Past Conditional
I would have exsanguinated
you would have exsanguinated
he/she/it would have exsanguinated
we would have exsanguinated
you would have exsanguinated
they would have exsanguinated
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Esmarch bandage was wrapped tightly around the arm from the most distal part to near the pneumatic tourniquet to further exsanguinate. The proximal cuff was inflated to 100 mmHg higher than the systolic blood pressure of patient.
This is because of the fact that the death of one twin will inevitably lead to the death of the other unless an attempt is made to separate them because the surviving twin will exsanguinate into the dead twin.
Many casualties exsanguinate within six minutes before their platoon medic can even reach them on the battlefield.
This presentation is known as the Chiari triad.(12,13,14) On CT, intravenous contrast does not need to be seen within the esophagus: Active bleeding through a fistula is acutely life-threatening as the patient can quickly exsanguinate. A more common CT appearance includes a focal outpouching of the aorta towards an area of esophageal wall thickening with extraluminal gas abutting the aortic wall (Figures 13 and 14).(15)
Due to the ability of hemorrhage to rapidly exsanguinate and cause shock, the survival of the patient is dependent on rapid and accurate diagnosis.
Alegre has unlocked this dark chamber of recall when he could not pull himself single-handedly from this emotional morass and had, perforce, to exsanguinate his undoctored feelings out in brutish and seemingly random layers of manic gesture.
Hemorrhage control is always the first priority as a person can exsanguinate within 90 seconds to three minutes from a severed femoral artery and vein, whereas a patient can survive several minutes with an obstructed airway.
Therefore, when HD lines separate, patients can exsanguinate in a very short period of time.