Since the blood flow of the IJV (internal jugular vein) is 700mL per minute when the head is lying flat, and at 70mL per minute when the head is at a right angle, and you need to lose approximately 40% of your blood to die, when the vein is cut it would take around 3 minutes to bleed out and die if the head is flat, and about 30 minutes to bleed out if the head is bent at a 90 degree angle. these numbers are further lengthened if a tourniquet or other blood loss device is applied.
It takes about 2 minutes to bleed to death if the internal jugular vein is cut, which is larger than the external jugular vein, and the victim is in a lying down position, as body posture greatly affects the rate of blood loss. If it's only the external jugular that's cut, then maybe you bleed to death within about 5 minutes. If both the external and internal jugular vein and carotid artery are cut, you probably bleed to death in about 1 minute. The rapid blood loss from the jugular veins is due to their relatively large size and the reflux of blood flowing back the other way because the valves in the jugular veins don't prevent the reflux of blood. Air bubbles can also enter the jugular veins when cut causing an air embolism which can also be lethal.
it will take 5 or 10 second if you hold firmly
Femoral - about 5 minutes Jugular - about 3 minutes Brachial - probably a bit longer, not sure.
No. Stop the bleeding first, although death is almost certain and very quick if the jugular vein is severed.
yes, but you need to be there quick
If either the jugular vein or the carotid artery is completely severed, the venous tissue will retract and will be extremely difficult, if not impossible to repair.
If you mean "jugular vein," then, no... it would not be good to cut it. The jugular veins are in the neck and drain blood from the head. Is it good to cut your "juggler vein"? Only if you want to get rid of someone who is annoying you by juggling flaming bowling pins and oranges.
well, if you place 2 fingers at the back of your jaw by your ear, apply a bit of pressure, and you will feel your jugular vein. so in order to cut your jugular vein, u basically have to apply enough pressure to cut through skin, and a little bit more. Just recently (today) i had gotten a skate in the neck and blood started coming out, turns out i didnt cut my jugular tho, i was about an inch away.
there is little chance of survival from the puncture of the jugular vein, because of the amount of blood carried. if punctured death can happen very rapidly. when archduke Franz Ferdinand was assinated in 1914 it was the bullet puncturing the jugular that killed him. also as an extra piece of information if the jugular vein is visible this can be a sign of congestive heart failure.
Yes. If the cut is deep enough, you could hit a jugular vein, which could cause you to bleed out within minutes.
It hurts so bad the blood gushing out feels like lava
You would usually bleed out within minutes if medical help isn't around , even with medical help chances of survival are slim.
Clint Malarchuk's internal jugular vein was cut open by Steve Tuttle's skate on March 22, 1989.