anti‐hæmorrhagic

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

anti- +‎ hæmorrhagic

Adjective[edit]

anti‐hæmorrhagic (comparative more anti‐hæmorrhagic, superlative most anti‐hæmorrhagic)

  1. (British) Alternative form of antihemorrhagic.
    • 1843 CE, Doctor Graham, in Provincial Medical and Surgical Journal, Henry Renshaw; Volume VI, №. 147, page #335:
      He suggested whether the anti‐hæmorrhagic properties of some of our common astringent drugs may not depend upon the gallic acid as much or more than upon the tannin which they contain, or upon the tannin becoming changed into gallic acid within the body.