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Synonyms for bleed

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Synonyms for bleed

to flow or leak out or emit something slowly

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Synonyms for bleed

lose blood from one's body

get or extort (money or other possessions) from someone

drain of liquid or steam

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Stop the Bleed was launched in October of 2015 from the joint efforts of The Hartford Consensus; the American College of Surgeons; and many other national groups; after the sad loss of children at Sandy Hook.
The incidence of upper GI bleed increases with age and male to female ration is 1:2.
An incomplete coagulation criteria was associated with a higher bleed rate in one study (2/47 bleeds vs.
Specifically, reports suggest that it may be the SRA and MRA that bleed after biopsy.
The authors excluded patients with a recent history of a severe bleed or certain illnesses that would predispose a patient to GI bleeding (such as esophageal varices).
Those aged 75 and up had three times the risk for a major bleed, as well as poorer outcomes after a bleed than adults under age 75.
For very elderly patients over 85, the annual bleed rate reached 5%.
"An affected individual can bleed profusely for a longer time after trauma.
The question that prompted this study was the following: do patients with PTH need to be admitted overnight and can we predict who will bleed a second time?
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In the present randomized trial, even with PPI prophylaxis, 7.9% of these high-risk aspirin users developed recurrent bleed or endoscopic ulcers versus 12.4% of the group treated with an [H.sub.2] antagonist, a nonsignificant difference.
Outcome of Upper Gastrointestinal Endoscopy of Patients Presenting With Upper Gastrointestinal Bleed. Pak J Med Health Sci 2012; 6:985-7.
Clinical record and family history of all patient of severe hemophilia attending Hemophilia Treatment Center was collected and evaluated for age at first bleed, frequency of bleeding, site, family history of bleeding, other associated symptoms and complications.
Analysis of data from 73,863 women enrolled in the Nurses' Health Study II in 1989 showed that current users of menopausal hormone therapy had a 46% increase in the risk of a major gastrointestinal bleed and a more than twofold increase in the risk of a lower GI bleed or ischemic colitis, compared with never users, said Dr.
When Star started her monthly periods, she would bleed heavily that it necessitated blood transfusions and infusion of the missing factor, which in our case, is von Willebrand factor.