It is immediately absorbed into the blood.
Yes. Usually passing any sort of blood clot is not a normal or good sign .
so it can be cleaned
Christian Scientists acknowledge that medical doctors exist but by and large they do not avail themselves of medical treatment. Jehovah's Witnesses do avail themselves of medical treatment however they refuse blood transfusions.
If it's a regular nickel, 5 cents. If it's a silver war nickel (with a large mint mark on the back), $2.
Less people of all races have type A negative which is a large large/big big differance als the blood cells are just plain differnt so that is a big deal so its a good thing the doctors are testing you again
Nickel, sugar, tobacco, coffee.
It was known as the "V" Nickel (or Liberty Head Nickel) the obverse featured a personification of Liberty, the reverse had a wreath with a large "V" in it (the Roman numeral for 5)
The last Buffalo nickel was made in 1938. A 1942 dated Jefferson that has a large mintmark on the reverse is 35% silver and worth about $1.00. If it does not have the large mintmark just spend it.
How HEAVY it is depends on how large a piece of nickel you have, so the appropriate question is how DENSE it is. The density of nickel is about 8.9 kilogram per liter - i.e., 8.9 times the density of water.
It depends whether the blood clot was the Embryo & whether you was carrying twins. The only way to be certain is by going to your doctor for a quantitative beta hcg pregnancy blood test. You will need to ask your doctor specifically for this blood test.
25p or if in silver around £20. They were struck in very large numbers in cupro-nickel (an alloy of copper and nickel).
Yes, a 1943 US nickel with the large P, D or S on the back of the coin over the Monticello is 35% silver.
There's no such thing as a "wheat nickel", only wheat-back cents. A 1906 nickel would be a Liberty Head nickel, with a picture of Miss Liberty on the front and a large V (the Roman numeral for 5) on the back.
Any large blood loss can cause death.
The large blood vessel is called the aorta.
dally is fine but the doctors reported that he was badly burnt and would have a large scar for the rest of his life
why there may be large quantities of thromboplastin in blood after surgery.
There were 2 versions of the nickel produced during that year. On the reverse of your coin, above the Monticello there could be a large mintmark of a P, D, or S over it. This means you have a war nickel, during WWII the nickel had its nickel content replaced with 35% silver so these coins, regardless of condition are worth their silver content which at the time of writing is worth around $1.55. However, if your coin does not have a large mintmark on the reverse, it is just a common nickel and in circulated condition is really only worth face value to around 15 cents.
It depends where the cut is; if it's a major artery on a limb they can close the artery, if the blood is being lost through a vital organ, like the liver or heart, it needs to be stopped by isolating that part of the organ or patching it up
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Histamine causes the dilation of the small blood vessels while constrict the large blood vessels.