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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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1 Strengths and Weaknesses of the Bleeding Disorders Pharmaceutical Market, 20138.
However, as the discharge process was under way, the patient reported that she had been bleeding from her tracheotomy site, and the front of her gown was soaked in blood.
MONTREAL, April 14, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Every year on April 17, World Hemophilia Day is observed around the world to increase awareness about hemophilia and other inherited bleeding disorders.
This novel score offers significant advantages over existing bleeding risk scores, including HAS-BLED and ATRIA.
The initiative offers programmes to improve knowledge on haemophilia and allied bleeding disorders among patients, families, medical staff as well as circumcisers in Kenya.
As the WFH marks its 50th anniversary, the global bleeding disorders community reflects on the many accomplishments that have been made.
We report a case of massive rectal bleeding following a 12-core biopsy in a patient using low-dose ASA.
Researchers also found that patients with diabetes had a high rate of major bleeding, irrespective of aspirin use.
In recent years, patients with leucocyte adhesion disorder (LAD) type 3 who have frequent infections and show bleeding diathesis similar to GT patients have been considered as a subgroup of GT (8).
Breakthrough bleeding, unscheduled bleeding, withdrawal bleeding, a pill period--these are all terms used by health care providers to describe the nonmenstrual bleeding that may occur among women taking oral contraceptives (OCs).
The extent of color bleeding onto one white sheet was measured using L* (lightness) and a* (redness) values.
ISLAMABAD, April 17, 2010 (Balochistan Times): Like other parts of the globe, World Haemophilia Day was also observed in Pakistan on Saturday to increase awareness among public about the disease and other inherited bleeding disorders.