initialism

Shock vs Mast - What's the difference?

shock | mast | initialism |

Shock is a initialism of mast.


As a noun shock

is sudden, heavy impact or shock can be an arrangement of sheaves for drying, a stook.

As a verb shock

is to cause to be emotionally shocked or shock can be to collect, or make up, into a shock or shocks; to stook.

As a pronoun mast is

.

Onset vs Mast - What's the difference?

onset | mast | initialism |

Onset is a initialism of mast.


As a noun onset

is a rushing or setting upon; an attack; an assault; a storming; especially, the assault of an army.

As a verb onset

is (obsolete) to assault; to set upon.

As a pronoun mast is

.

Bloodloss vs Mast - What's the difference?

bloodloss | mast | initialism |

Bloodloss is a initialism of mast.


As a noun bloodloss

is (pathology) loss of blood.

As a pronoun mast is

.

Patient vs Mast - What's the difference?

patient | mast | initialism |

Patient is a initialism of mast.


As a noun patient

is patient, someone who receives therapeutic treatment.

As a pronoun mast is

.

Inferior vs Mast - What's the difference?

inferior | mast | initialism |

Inferior is a initialism of mast.


As an adjective inferior

is of lower quality.

As a noun inferior

is a person of lower stature to another.

As a pronoun mast is

.

Inflatable vs Mast - What's the difference?

inflatable | mast | initialism |

Inflatable is a initialism of mast.


As an adjective inflatable

is able to be inflated or blown up.

As a noun inflatable

is (nautical) a boat or dinghy that may be inflated when needed.

As a pronoun mast is

.

Trousers vs Mast - What's the difference?

trousers | mast | initialism |

Trousers is a initialism of mast.


As a noun trousers

is an article of clothing that covers the part of the body between the waist and the ankles, and is divided into a separate part for each leg.

As a pronoun mast is

.

Antishock vs Mast - What's the difference?

antishock | mast | initialism |

Antishock is a initialism of mast.


As an adjective antishock

is that counteracts or reduces shock, or its effects.

As a pronoun mast is

.

Military vs Mast - What's the difference?

military | mast | initialism |

Military is a initialism of mast.


As an adjective military

is characteristic of members of the armed forces.

As a noun military

is armed forces.

As a pronoun mast is

.

Tourniquet vs Pasg - What's the difference?

tourniquet | pasg | initialism |

Tourniquet is a initialism of pasg.


As a noun tourniquet

is a tightly-compressed bandage used to stop bleeding by stopping the flow of blood through a large artery in a limb.

As an initialism pasg is

(emergency medicine) initialism for pneumatic antishock garment; inflatable trousers that apply pressure to the inferior half of a patient's body to decrease bloodloss and prevent the onset of shock similar to a tourniquet.

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