Word: tourniquet

Category: tourniquet

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Translations: tourniquet

spanish
torniquete, del torniquete, de torniquete, torniquete de, el torniquete


german
Tourniquet, Blutsperre, Aderpresse, Stauschlauch

french
garrot

italian
laccio, laccio emostatico, del laccio, il laccio emostatico

portuguese
torniquete, garrote, do laço, de torniquete

dutch
stuwband

russian
турникет

norwegian
tilstrammende, turniké, årepresse, staseslange

swedish
stasen, tryckförband, stasslangen, blodtomt fält

finnish
puristusside, kiristysside, kiristyssiteen, kiristyssidettä

danish
årepresse, årepressen, stasen, staseslange

czech
turniket, škrtidlo, turniketu, přiložením turniketu

polish
krępulec

hungarian
ércsíptető, ércsíptetô, érszorítót, érszorító

turkish
turnike, turnikenin, bir turnike, turnikesi

greek
αιμοστατικός επίδεσμος, τουρνικέ, αιμοστατικής ταινίας, αιμοστατική ταινία, την αιμοστατική ταινία

ukrainian
джгут, палять, жгут

albanian
kapëse për ndaljen e gjakut, fashë për ndaljen e gjakut

bulgarian
турникет, турникета, торникет

belarusian
паляць, джгут, жгут, пякуць, спальваюць

estonian
žgutt, žguti, žgutti

croatian
podveza, stezač

icelandic
Tourniquet

lithuanian
turniketas, Tourniquet, turniketą, Raištį zaciskająca

latvian
žņaugs, žņaugu

macedonian
турникет

romanian
bandaj de compresie, garou, garoul, turnichet

slovenian
Podveza

slovak
turniket

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The meaning and "use of": tourniquet

noun
  • a device for stopping the flow of blood through a vein or artery, typically by compressing a limb with a cord or tight bandage.

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