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The average healthy person has approximately 6 litres / 12 pints of blood - loss of one third, (1/3), of the total blood volume is fatal. Therefore I would say that a loss of about a litre / 2 pints would render a healthy person unconscious.
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after losing between 25% - 40% of total blood volume. There's a whole host of variables that affect when exactly a person will start to lose consciousness due to blood loss.
According to a retired Los Angeles County sheriff's lieutenant, an expert in crime scene analysis and police procedures, during a crime analysis: "A healthy person, Clark to…ld jurors, walks around with a total blood volume of roughly 12 pints." "But for death to occur, he said, a person would have to lose about 4 pints, or two of the same IV bags, worth of blood." This may be found on this link: http://www.courttv.com/trials/polk/060506_ctv.html
If your dog is losing blood take it to a vet.
The average human body has 8-10 pints of blood. The maximum amount of blood you can lose and still be functional is 33% or one-third of your blood. Eventually, your body w…ill collapse and send you into a temporary coma. If more than 66% or two-thirds blood is lost, death is certain. If there is no blood coming in, than about 40% blood loss is when people die.
All of it. EDIT: About 2000-3000 mL's (milliliters) which is about half of your body's blood supply.
I lost 2quarts the other week and got one. I think it would depend on blood pressure, how fast you are loosing blood, if they can't get the bleeding to stop. Stuff like that. …Hope it helped
I say you would have to lose half of your blood to lose consencnes, not sure about eyesight
About a pint.
40% of its blood volume, approximately 40 pints.
about 50% or more
That depends entirely on the size of the cut and what gets cut. Hit an artery and they can die in a couple minutes. A slash across the ribs could ooze for a long time and neve…r really be a problem. That is entirely dependent on the following conditions: Time of bleeding, diameter of the artery or vein, location of the artery or vein. Blood pressure at that moment. Viscosity of blood, extension of the cut, and perhaps some more factors.
We do not know exactly how much blood Jesus lost before he was crucified, but since he had been flogged repeatedly and was bleeding from his head from the crown of thorns, it …would have been a considerable amount. After he was crucified, however, he lost all of his blood.
A horse has (Typically) 80 ml of blood per kg (hotblood breeds have 100ml per kg and coldblood breeds have 65ml per kg). Therefore and average 1,200 pound horse will have 12.3… gallons of blood. A horse must lose roughly 10% of it's blood to go into shock, which would be roughly 2 gallons of blood.