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What happens to the cells at the edges of an injury when a cut in the skin or a break in a bone occurs?
The cells rapidly divide and when the process is near completion it slows back down to a steady pace.
What happens to the cells at the edges of an injury when a cut in the skin or break in a bone occurs?
When a person breaks a bone or has a cut, the cells at the edge of the injury are stimulated to divide rapidly. The new cells that form begin to heal the break or cut. As it h…eals, the cells stop dividing and growing.
No, they can not in most countries. A little more info would be nice though.
The sharp, knife-like edges of broken glass can cause deep, devestating lacerations, which in turn can result in rapid blood loss if major arteries are cut. Broken glass… is also unstable in that it is easily rebroken and can leave shards in the body that can produce further injury. The broken glass is non-sterile, so i can easily be a vector of infection by tearing open the body's best defense, the skin.
disinfect, wash it in water. Bandadge
If a player on the practice squad gets injured can the team cut him or does he go on injury reserve?
They would usually come to an injury settlement, so they can open up the practice squad spot for someone else. Unless the player will be back quickly. Definitely not going t…o put them on the injured reserved.
You have to go deep enough to slit thru a vain but PLEASE dont try if you do you will probably regret it more then anything and if you dont die you will have an UGLY scar for …the rest of your life.
The answer is an Incision!
What are the tiniest solid particles of the blood which the clot the blood when there is a cut or injury?
It depends where exactly you cut yourself. I'm not a doctor, but if it's really heavy bleeding it could be a severed artery.
It means that it was a disciplinary action for laughing at their injury.
Similar cells should be regenerated.So meiosis is used