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What is a cut injury?
The answer is an Incision!
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.
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.
The five most common knee problems are arthritis, tendonitis, bruises, cartilage tears, and damaged ligaments. Knee injuries can be caused by accidents, impact, sudden or awkw…ard movements, and gradual wear and tear of the knee joint.
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.
What is a great slogan for top results for Hand Injury Prevention on the jobsite ...concerning construction related activities including cuts abrasions sprains lacerations or even amputation.?
A good slogan might be, "Hand"le With Care"
Mostly accident. Injury is damage or harm caused to the structure or function of the body caused by an outside agent or force, which may be physical or chemical. A severe and …perhaps life-threatening injury is called a physical trauma.
Personal and Advertising Injury Liability covers liability for a group of specifically named offenses, which don't involve bodily injury or property damage, aren't caused by a…n accident, but nonetheless are liability exposures common to most organizations.
What are the tiniest solid particles of the blood which the clot the blood when there is a cut or injury?
Most people will have swelling at some time. When it is hot and you have stood or sat in the same position for a long time, you might notice swelling in your feet and ankles. …Staying in one position for any length of time increases the risk that the lower legs, feet, or hands will swell because body fluid will normally move down a limb from the effects of gravity. Swelling can also be caused by heat-related problems, such as heat edema from working or being active in a hot environment.Body fluid can collect in different tissue spaces of the body (localized) or can affect the whole body (generalized). Causes of localized swelling include: Injury to a specific body area. Bruising (contusion) from an injury is caused by tears in the small blood vessels under the skin. Bleeding can also affect the joint (hemarthrosis) or the area that cushions and lubricates the joint (traumatic bursitis). Swelling can affect just one area or may involve large sections of the body, such as swelling that occurs following a motor vehicle accident. Infection, which can occur in a joint or under the skin. An abscess is a pocket of pus that forms at the site of infected tissue. Cellulitis is a skin infection that can cause mild or severe swelling. Burns, which can cause swelling at the site of the burn or in a larger area around the burn. Inflammation that occurs when tissue is irritated by overuse or repeated motion. Swelling of the tendon and swelling caused by a series of small tears around a tendon (tendinosis) can occur together or separately. Swelling of the sac that cushions and lubricates the joint (bursitis) can be caused by prolonged or repeated pressure or by activities that require repeated twisting or rapid joint movements. Insect bites or stings. Most insect bites or stings cause a small amount of redness or swelling. Some people have an allergic reaction to a bite or sting and develop a lot of swelling, redness, and itching. Other causes, such as swelling related to a saclike structure with clear fluid, blood, or pus (cyst) or a swollen organ, such as a salivary gland. For more information, see the topic Swollen Glands.Causes of generalized swelling include: Allergic reaction. Sudden swelling of the hands and face may be a severe allergic reaction and needs immediate medical evaluation. Autoimmune diseases, such as lupus, rheumatoid arthritis, and scleroderma. These diseases can cause swelling when the body produces antibodies and other cells that attack and destroy tissues in the body. Medications. Some medications change how body fluids circulate, causing swelling. Swelling may also occur as an allergic reaction to a medication. Circulation problems related to certain medical conditions, such as peripheral arterial disease, heart failure, diabetes, or kidney disease. Thrombophlebitis causes swelling of an extremity when a blood clot interrupts blood flow in a vein in the arm or leg. Fluid that accumulates in the abdomen (ascites) because of other problems, such as malnutrition, obesity, cirrhosis, or liver disease.
I know he had a broken arm.
If you stand up and your legs seem to be missing, I would regard this as a major injury.
Cuttings are parts of a plant or flower that can be cut and grown separately. Most roses and garden plants are grown from cuttings instead of seeds.
small trees are cut you can usually find them if there is a place you have to go but there is a fence with a tree in an opening use cut on the tree to use cut teach… it to one of your Pokemon and walk up to the tree and press A it will say would you like to cut the tree say yes.
Most motocross racers break these bones. Arms. Legs. Neck(rare) Collarbone. Hand. Wrist. Back(rare) Knee. Elbow. Injuries: Concussions. Bruises. Scratches. The normal. I am a… girl and I have been riding for about 8 years and I have only broken my collarbone. My best friend has broken everything but his neck.
Similar cells should be regenerated.So meiosis is used