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hematinic

noun he·ma·tin·ic \ˌhē-mə-ˈti-nik\

Definition of HEMATINIC

:  an agent that tends to stimulate blood cell formation or to increase the hemoglobin in the blood
hematinic adjective

First Known Use of HEMATINIC

1855

hematinic

noun he·ma·tin·ic   (Medical Dictionary)

Medical Definition of HEMATINIC

:  an agent that tends to stimulate blood cell formation or to increase the hemoglobin in the blood
hematinic or chiefly British hae·ma·tin·ic adjective

Variants of HEMATINIC

he·ma·tin·ic or chiefly British hae·ma·tin·ic \ˌhē-mə-ˈtin-ik\

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