One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘The dream had forced me to confront the fact that I had been at the hospital seeing a patient in consultation who was close to exsanguinating after an operation.’
- ‘After examination of the elbow under anesthesia, the limb is exsanguinated and a tourniquet is inflated to 250 mm Hg.’
- ‘They have never seen how white a woman's body is when she's exsanguinated by a post-partum hemorrhage.’
- ‘Following arthroscopy, the extremity is elevated, exsanguinated, and the rest of the procedure carried out under tourniquet control.’
- ‘The mice were asphyxiated using carbon dioxide and exsanguinated by cardiac puncture.’
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