Only one bite could kill, the mosquito is responsible for millions of deaths due to the female mosquito biting and causing deadly disease's.But disease's aside, it would take 1.2 million mosquito bites to completly drain all the blood out of your body.
The tapeworm can be found in many animals including humans. There are also the common flea, mite and mosquito that drain the blood from its hosts.
They drain into small veins.
The veins drain the blood into the large veins of the neck which drains into the superior vena cava into the heart
Pack it with ice. The cold will repel the blood.
Because the doctors believed by draining blood that you would drain the fever from you, and make more clean blood.
The capillaries drain the blood into veins which drain into the large veins, inferior vena cava collects the blood from the lower part of the body and the superior vena cava collects blood from the upper part of the body, and they both drain the blood in the right atrium of the heart from where it gets pumped to the lungs for oxygenation.
The great and middle cardiac veins drain blood into coronary sinus. The coronary sinus is responsible for draining blood from the anterior ventricles.
what is the major artery and vein that deliver and drain blood to and from the head along the spinal cord?
The arteries. Unfortunately this is a badly worded question, but it essentially means from the heart, where does the blood go/drain to?
Superior and inferior Vena Cava
they drain blood from the kidneys.
Arteries drain (pump blood) into veins. Veins drain into your lungs and heart to be re-oxygenated. (This is not true for veins and arteries to and from your lungs.)