Haemostasis vs Hemostasis - What's the difference?

haemostasis | hemostasis | Alternative forms |

Haemostasis is an alternative form of hemostasis.


As nouns the difference between haemostasis and hemostasis

is that haemostasis is while hemostasis is (medicine|countable|uncountable) the process of keeping blood inside a damaged vessel to stop bleeding.

haemostasis

English

Noun

(en-noun)
  • hemostasis

    Alternative forms

    * haemostasis *

    Noun

    (en-noun)
  • (medicine, countable, uncountable) The process of keeping blood inside a damaged vessel to stop bleeding.
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