A severe blood loss injury
Arteries carry large volumes of blood. By applying pressure in the correct spot you can slow the loss of blood and allow blood to clot. In a severe injury, this could save a life.
The loss of red blood cells through an external injury is called bleeding The loss of red blood cells through an internal injury is called hemorrhaging
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Blood drives are very important. There are some people who are incapable of producing blood on their own. Or if someone is in an accident and have severe blood loss, a blood transfusion would be in need. There are multiple and various other reasons as well.
The pain and the stress from the injury can result in a temporary increase in blood pressure. But if it's not tended to immediately and the blood loss stopped, it can result in a drop in blood pressure. This drop can sometimes be severe.
If your blood does not clot it means that a person is in danger for blood loss from the smallest injury.
blood loss, injury, internal bleeding, illness
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Copious means "large" or "abundant" - if you have copious blood loss, it means you have lost a lot of blood. (Usually through serious injury.)