phlebostasis

(flә-bosĀ“tә-sis) venous stasis. temporary sequestration of a portion of blood from the general circulation by compressing the veins of a limb.
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phlebostasis

1. Abnormally slow motion of blood in veins, usually with venous distention. ... 2. Treatment of congestive heart failure by compressing proximal veins of the extremities with tourniquets. ... Synonym: bloodless phlebotomy. ... Synonym: venostasis. ... Origin: phlebo-+ G. Stasis, a standing still ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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phlebostasis

phlebostasis, phlebostasia 1. Temporary sequestration of a portion of the blood from the general circulation by application of tourniquets on an extremity. 2. Stasis in a vein due either to pathological venous distension or as a result of the application of a tourniquet. 3. Compression of veins temporarily to restrict an amount of blood from gene...
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phlebostasis

Type: Term Pronunciation: fle-bos′tă-sis Definitions: 1. Abnormally slow motion of blood in veins, usually with venous distention. 2. Treatment of congestive heart failure by compressing proximal veins of the extremities with tourniquets. Synonyms: bloodless phlebotomy
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