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*  Fibrinolysis
... beneficial in patients with hyperfibrinolysis because they arrest bleeding rapidly if the other components of the haemostatic ...
*  Aprotinin
Mannucci PM; Mannucci, Pier Mannuccio (1998). "Hemostatic drugs". N. Engl. J. Med. 339 (4): 245-53. doi:10.1056/ ... Mahdy AM, Webster NR (2004). "Perioperative systemic haemostatic agents". British journal of anaesthesia. 93 (6): 842-58. doi: ...
*  William Holmes Crosby Jr.
The hemostatic response to injury; a study of the Korean battle casualty. Annals of Surgery. 1955 Mar;141(3):347-56. ...
*  Etamsylate
Haemostatic action is due to activation of thromboplastin formation on damaged sites of small blood vessels and decrease of ... Ethamsylate is a haemostatic agent; also promotes angioprotective and proaggregant action. It stimulates thrombopoiesis and ... Etamsylate (Dicynene/Dicynone) is a haemostatic drug. It is believed to work by increasing capillary endothelial resistance and ...
*  Sistrurus miliarius barbouri
ISBN 0-398-02808-7. Markland FS (1998). "Snake Venoms and the Hemostatic System". Toxicon 36: 1749-1800. Scarborough RM, Rose ...
*  Dilute Russell's viper venom time
"Snake venoms and the hemostatic system". Toxicon. 36 (12): 1749-1800. December 1998. doi:10.1016/S0041-0101(98)00126-3. Kini, R ...
*  Batroxobin
2005). "Haemostatic effect of recombinant batroxobin". Chinese Journal of New Drugs. 4. Guan-Ren, Z.; F. Duan-Hao; Y. Bo-Jun ( ... The batroxobin from the snake Bothrops atrox is patented as Reptilase and used as a hemostatic drug. Bruck, H.; G. Salem (1954 ... Some of the forms have hemostatic efficacy as main effect, where the other forms have degradation of fibrinogen as main effect ... An overdose of batroxobin will eventually lead to death, due to hemostatic effects. No lethal- or safe dose has been determined ...
*  Insects in culture
Tick anti-hemostatics: targets for future vaccines and therapeutics. Trends Parasitol. 23, 397e407. Carneiro-Lobo, T.C., Konig ...
*  Endoclip
Teo EK, Fock KM (1998). "Dieulafoy's disease treated by endoscopic haemostatic clipping". J. Gastroenterol. Hepatol. 13 (3): ...
*  Policresulen
... is a topical haemostatic and antiseptic. It is indicated for common anal disorders, such as hemorrhoids, and for ...
*  Adrenochrome
The derivative carbazochrome is a hemostatic medication. Despite a similarity in chemical names, it is unrelated to chrome or ...
*  Gerard Verschuuren
Galileo in his 1632 Dialogue on the Two Chief World Systems Race and Races The Use of Models Foundations of Biology Hemostatic ... Hemostatic Regulation and Whitehead's Philosophy of Organism. In Acta Biotheoretica, 35, 123-133 Verschuuren, Gerard M. (1986 ...
*  Antihemorrhagic
Locally-acting hemostatic agents work by causing vasoconstriction or promoting platelet aggregation. Hemostatic agents are used ... Unlike the hemostatic clamp, no mechanical action is involved. The surgeon presses the MCH against a bleeding site, and the ... A common delivery system for this is a styptic or hemostatic pencil (not to be confused with a caustic pencil). This is a short ... "When to use hemostatic agents in EMS". EMS1. Retrieved 2016-03-14. Sundaram, Chandru P.; Keenan, Alison C. (2010-01-01). " ...
*  Stasilon
... is a brand-name hemostatic woven textile manufactured by Entegrion, Inc. of Durham, North Carolina, USA. It is made ... Hemostatic Agent Development - Navy SBIR Rich, Preston; Douillet, Christelle; Buchholz, Valorie; Overby, David; Jones, Samuel; ... Cairns, Bruce (2010). "Use of the novel hemostatic textile Stasilon® to arrest refractory retroperitoneal hemorrhage: a case ...
*  Alginate dressing
Blair, SD (1990). "Clinical trial of calcium alginate haemostatic swabs". Br J Surg. PMID 2191753. Retrieved 18 November 2017. ...
*  Endostatin
Browder, T.; Folkman, J.; Pirie-Shepherd, S. (2000). "The hemostatic system as a regulator of angiogenesis". J. Biol. Chem. 275 ...
*  Damage control surgery
Brohi 2008 Lucas, Charles E; Ledgerwood, Anna M (June 1976). "Prospective evaluation of hemostatic techniques for liver ...
*  Ornipressin
... is a vasoconstrictor, haemostatic and renal agent. H. Fruhstofer, M.D., M. Heisler, M.D. (1994). "Dose-response ...
*  Thrombophilia
Borissoff JI, Spronk HM, ten Cate H (2011). "The hemostatic system as a modulator of atherosclerosis". N. Engl. J. Med. 364 (18 ...
*  Octyl cyanoacrylate
Singer, A. J.; McClain, S. A.; Katz, A. (2004). "A porcine epistaxis model: hemostatic effects of octylcyanoacrylate". ...
*  Thrombin
Borissoff JI, Spronk HM, ten Cate H (May 2011). "The hemostatic system as a modulator of atherosclerosis". The New England ...
*  Pithecellobium dulce
The bark and pulp are astringent and hemostatic.[medical citation needed] The indigenous peoples of Mesoamerica use the pulp ...
*  Chitosan
... 's hemostatic properties also allow it to reduce pain by blocking nerve endings. Chitosan hemostatic agents are often ... Chitosan hemostatic products have been sold to the U.S. Army and are currently used by the UK military. Both the US and UK have ... Chitosan hemostatic products have been shown in testing by the U.S. Marine Corps to quickly stop bleeding and to reduce blood ... Zhang, Yin-Juan; Gao, Bo; Liu, Xi-Wen (2015). "Topical and effective hemostatic medicines in the battlefield". Int J Clin Exp ...
*  Aminocaproic acid
Patatanian, Edna; Fugate, Susan E. (2006-12-01). "Hemostatic mouthwashes in anticoagulated patients undergoing dental ...
*  Ayapana triplinervis
Decoction of the leaves is antiseptic and haemostatic; useful against various kinds of haemorrhage and to clean foul ulcers. An ... Ayapanin and ayapin are non-toxic and possess pronounced haemostatic properties and are effective when applied locally or when ...