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boat crew questions

ATERIAL BLEEDING is characterized by blood that is coming from an artery, is bright red, and gushes forth in jets or spurts that are synchronized with the victim’s pulse.
VENOUS BLEEDING is characterized by blood that is coming from a vein, is dark red, and comes in a steady flow.
Capillary Capillary bleeding is characterized by blood that is coming from damaged capillaries (smaller veins), is bright red, and oozes from the wound
10 With only______ pints of blood in the human body, arterial bleeding can cause death in a short time.
Anaphylactic shock is a severe, sometimes life-threatening, allergic reaction that can occur within minutes of exposure to an offending substance
stroke is any bleeding or clotting affecting the blood vessels of the brain.
SHOCK is a depressed physiological or mental state.
Created by: Wakeboarder212