Bleed


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Bleed

1. To lose money in a venture or investment over time. Bleeding may occur fast or slowly, but never improves. See also: Stop the bleeding.

2. To extract an excessively high price in a transaction or venture under threat of force or some other harm. Bleeding in this sense is illegal.
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Given that more than 50% of the post-tonsillectomy bleeds in this study required some sort of intervention to control their bleeding, this period of observation appears to be warranted.
Pharmacologic and endoscopic approaches should be the initial approaches to stop the bleeding, but about 10%-20% of patients continue to bleed despite treatment, he said at the meeting cosponsored by Albert Einstein College of Medicine.
Traditionally, you bleed radiators with a radiator key, which you can get from hardware and DIY stores, but sometimes you need a small screwdriver instead.
Our results indicate that direct localisation of the posterior bleed should become the routine, first-line management in the treatment of posterior epistaxis.
After having 37 radiation treatments in April 2004, I started to bleed from my anus.
For women who have not had a menstrual period for more than six weeks, it may be advisable to induce a withdrawal bleed first with medroxyprogesterone acetate to minimize the amount of breakthrough bleeding.
Some otolaryngologists believe every patient with a post-tonsillectomy bleed should be taken to the operating room.
Something which we have probably all seen, either in ourselves or in someone else, is a nose bleed.
Loosen, but don't remove, the bleed plug below the gun mount ID plate.