haemostat

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haemostat

(ˈhiːməʊˌstæt; ˈhɛm-) or

hemostat

n
1. (Surgery) a surgical instrument that stops bleeding by compression of a blood vessel
2. (Surgery) a chemical agent that retards or stops bleeding
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Noun1.haemostat - a surgical instrument that stops bleeding by clamping the blood vessel
surgical instrument - a medical instrument used in surgery
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Contract notice: announcement from the hospital clnic de barcelona about the contract for the supply of surgical adhesives, hemostats and sutures
The company has built a strong R&D structure, with multiple patents to its credit in the wound healing, mucoadhesive drug delivery, and hemostats space.
As the designated principal investigator, he has taken several advanced hemostats from the bench to the bedside, including a fibrin sealant patch and a fibrin sealant powder.
As a leading provider of advanced hemostats and sealants, Deerfield-based Baxter is focused on continually identifying solutions to help meet surgeons varying needs," said Wil Boren, president of Baxters Advanced Surgery business.
As a provider of advanced hemostats and sealants, Baxter is focused on identifying solutions to help meet surgeons' varying needs," said Wil Boren, president of Baxter's Advanced Surgery business.
com)-- The market for Hemostats is expected to reach USD 4.
Hemostats and tissue sealants are used post-surgery or traumatic injury to bind or hold external tissue (skin) as well as internal tissue (blood vessels).
USPRwire, Fri Mar 04 2016] Hemostats Market by Product Type (Thrombin, Oxidised Regenerated Cellulose, Combination, Gelatin, Collagen), and Geography (Americas, Europe, APAC, MEA) - Global Forecast to 2020
Standard method: Grasping the bend or shank of the hook using hemostats and simultaneously turning and pulling the hook out the mouth.
In my head, I went over all the names of the instruments (forceps, hemostats, clamps, scissors, needle holders, scalpels, probes, pickups, etc.
in Cranston, RI, currently markets a highly versatile product line of hemostats designed to control bleed in all surgical applications.