What happens to a burst artery?
A burst artery will cause internal bleeding and unless it is fixed will lead to death.
It is actually pretty serious if you continue to let it grow. you should go to the doctor for a check up ANSWER: Inflated arteries (as opposed to Blocked or Collapsed Arteries) are call [Forgot for a moment] but are extremely dangerous since the artery is pumping more and more blood to the same artery - building up pressure - and if it expands too much then it will burst or start bleeding out. This…
Will the compression of CPR causes the leakage of the blood when a person's coronary artery is burst and experiences heart attack?
You would not know if a persons Coronary Artery has burst in the field. That is something that would require a surgeon (or more likely autopsy) to discover. Coronary Arteries very rarely burst, though they do become blocked. The most common place for vessels to burst is in the brain. If a person suffers a heart attack, perform CPR. Don't worry about the cause, nor should you worry about leaking blood from internal injuries.
A thrombus is another name for a clot. When it blocks an artery, the tissue beyond the clot will die. If it is a large artery, the amount of damage can be very harmful, If this happens in a artery that is on the surface of the heart, the muscle will die. When that happens the muscle can tear and the heart can rupture.