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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