Haemostasis

the prevention of blood loss through a damaged vessel wall. There are three main mechanisms, vasoconstriction, formation of a platelet plug and blood clotting.
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Haemostasis

Natural regulatory processes that come into play to stop bleeding.
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Haemostasis

the stopping of bleeding by the body's mechanisms
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Haemostasis

Arrest of bleeding
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haemostasis

Cessation of bleeding
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haemostasis

Arrest of bleeding through blood clotting and contraction of the blood vessels.
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haemostasis

<haematology, physiology, haematology> The arrest of bleeding, either by the physiological properties of vasoconstriction and coagulation or by surgical means. ... Origin: Gr. Stasis = halt ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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haemostasis

(haemo- + Gr. stasis halt) the arrest of bleeding, either by the physiological properties of vasoconstriction and coagulation or by surgical means.
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Haemostasis

Haemostasis is natural or surgical stoppage of bleeding. In the natural mechanism, the damaged vessel contracts, restricting the flow, and blood platelets plug the opening, releasing chemicals essential to clotting.
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haemostasis

Natural or surgical stoppage of bleeding. In the natural mechanism, the damaged vessel contracts, restricting the flow, and blood platelets plug the opening, releasing chemicals essential to clotting
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