electrohemostasis

electrohemostasis

[ih-lek-troh-hi-mos-tuh-sis, -hee-muh-stey-sis, -hem-uh-]
noun Medicine/Medical.
hemostasis by means of an electric device, as an electrocautery.

Origin:
electro- + hemostasis

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electrohemostasis e·lec·tro·he·mo·sta·sis (ĭ-lěk'trō-hē'mə-stā'sĭs, -hē-mŏs'tə-)
n.
The arrest of hemorrhage by means of a high frequency current.

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