Meaning of haemostatic in English:

haemostatic

Pronunciation /ˌhiːmə(ʊ)ˈstatɪk/

adjective

Medicine

See haemostasis

‘This platelet release reaction and aggregation lead to the recruitment of many other platelets to the vessel wall with the formation of a hemostatic platelet plug.’
  • ‘These patients may warrant periodic review of hemostatic parameters, especially platelet counts.’
  • ‘However, how much these changes contribute to poor post transfusion survival and haemostatic function of platelets need to be investigated.’
  • ‘Monitoring these tests along with fibrinogen and platelet counts provides important information for the early detection of hemostatic activation and for monitoring the severity of the condition.’
  • ‘The normal hemostatic mechanisms are vascular response, platelet plug formation and activation of coagulation factors with the formation of fibrin to stabilize the platelet plug.’

adjective

Medicine

See haemostasis

‘Persistent bleeding may require packing the socket with a haemostatic agent or suturing, but it occasionally signifies an unrecognised bleeding tendency’
  • ‘Because of the tissue contained within the passage of the suture thread, horizontal mattress sutures are effective hemostatic sutures on vascular tissues such as the scalp.’
  • ‘We hypothesise that occult cardiovascular, microvascular, or haemostatic dysfunction result in pregnancy complications during reproductive years and in overt cardiovascular disease in later life.’
  • ‘The disease is characterised by increased capillary permeability and haemostatic changes.’
  • ‘As platelets adhere they release a variety of chemicals that cause further aggregation, leading to the production of a temporary haemostatic plug.’