hem-, haem-, hemo-, haemo, hema-, haema-, hemato-, haemato-, hemat-, haemat-, -hemia, -haemia, -hemic, -haemic

(Greek: blood)

dermahemia
Hyperemia (excess blood, engorgement) of the skin.
electrohemostasis (s) (noun), electrohemostases (pl)
The arrest of a hemorrhage by applying a high frequency current: Electrohemostasis was ensured during the operation by using an electrocautery, which is handheld and heated by an electric current.
episiohematoma
A vulvar (external part of a female genitalia) hematoma (abnormal localized collection of blood in which the blood is usually clotted or partially clotted) secondary to an episiotomy (incision from the vagina towards the rectum utilized to facilitate vaginal delivery of a baby).
glucohemia
A medical term meaning that blood contains the sugar glucose; glycaemia.
glycohemia, glycemia
The presence of glucose (simple sugar) in the blood.

The body makes glucose from proteins, fats and carbohydrates. Glucose is carried to each cell through the bloodstream.

Blood cells can not use glucose without the help of insulin.

haemachrome, hemachrome
An oxygen-carrying blood pigment; such as, hemoglobin or hemocyanin.
haemacyte
A red blood cell.
haemagogue, hemagogue
Promoting a menstrual or hemorrhoidal discharge of blood.
haemaphobia (s) (noun) (no plural)
A morbid fear of blood or of bleeding: Jerry, who suffered from haemaphobia, couldn't stand the sight of the red vital fluid and fainted every time he happened to see it!
See "hemaphobia" for all forms of this word group.
haemapoietic
Bloodforming; as, the haemapoietic function of the spleen.
haematobic
haematobium
haematochrome
haematocytozoon
A parasite living inside a blood corpuscle; for example, the malaria parasite.
haematogenous

Inter-related cross references, directly or indirectly, involving "blood" word units: angi-; apheresis; -emia; hemoglobin-; phleb-; sangui-; vas-; vascul-.