bloodloss

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

blood +‎ loss

Noun[edit]

bloodloss (uncountable)

  1. (pathology) alternative form of blood loss.
    • 2012, P. Fondu, ‎O. Thijs, Haemostatic Failure in Liver Disease, →ISBN, page 122:
      Red blood cells with or without cryosupernatant plasma depending on volume need were given to compensate for bloodloss.
    • 2013, A. A. Letavet, ‎E. B. Kurlyandskaya, The Toxicology of Radioactive Substances: Volume 3.59, →ISBN, page 82:
      Thus, bloodloss also revealed in rabbits subjected to prolonged Fe administration certain changes in leucopoiesis, especially in lymphopoiesis.
    • 2013, C.H. Gips, ‎R.A. Krom, Progress in Liver Transplantation, →ISBN, page 5:
      An important problem is the coagulation abnormalities, intrinsic to the deterioration of liver function, with subsequent massive peroperative bloodloss.

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