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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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This can result in hemorrhagic stroke, epistaxis (nose bleeds) and bleeding from the digestive tract.
The World Health Organization (WHO) describes hemophilia as a hereditary bleeding disorder due to a partial or total lack of an essential blood clotting factor.
Methods: In this study, 95 patients were included who underwent early endoscopy with the pre-diagnosis of upper GIS bleeding or endoscopy-colonoscopy with the pre-diagnosis of lower GIS bleeding between 2012 and 2016.
1335, the 'Bleeding Disorder Standards of Care Act of 2017,' Villanueva aims to provide more affordable care for patients afflicted with a bleeding disorder, a genetic condition that prevents the blood from clotting properly, hence putting sufferers at risk of bleeding out even from slight wounds.
Patients also underwent investigations to rule out other causes of purpura or bleeding.
Material and Methods: This was a descriptive study, which was conducted at Military Hospital Rawalpindi, in which a total of 198 patients with Non-variceal Upper GI bleeding were included.
Clinical record and family history of all patient of severe hemophilia attending Hemophilia Treatment Center was collected and evaluated for age at first bleed, frequency of bleeding, site, family history of bleeding, other associated symptoms and complications.
My mom died of bleeding while undergoing a minor surgery in 1988.
This novel score offers significant advantages over existing bleeding risk scores, including HAS-BLED and ATRIA.
Acute lower gastrointestinal tract (GIT) bleeding accounts for approximately 20% of causes of all acute gastrointestinal hemorrhage.
Objectives: To assess the outcome of early endoscopy in terms of frequency of different causes of upper gastrointestinal bleeding at a tertiary care hospital.
Rectal bleeding is often seen in patients who undergo TRUS-guided prostate biopsy.