Types of Bleeding By: Madison Clarke and Ariana Collins
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What are the three types of bleeding?
There are artery, vein and capillary wounds that lead to bleeding.
What are the differences?
Arterial bleeding can spurt meters away and are the most serious. A very large amount of blood can be lost in a very short period of time.
.Venous bleeding flows steadily; the veins collapses when cut. Bleeding from deep veins can be as bad as arterial bleeding.
Capillary bleeding is the most common, blood oozes from capillaries, and can be controlled easily; blood loss is slight. This kind of bleeding can be described as a 'trickle' of blood
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