either no blood vesles were cut or you have exelent clotting agents
Germs try to get in to your cut and in to your body, so you bleed to prevent it. (if they get into your cut you can get pretty sick)
When your cut the blood is dark red. When it dries it developes a brownish tint due to the iron content of blood.
Because cutting the skin ruptures the tiny capillaries that carry blood close to the surface of the skin
When the body is cut, platelets and white blood cells move to the area of the cut. The white blood cells fight infection by producing antibodies that can join with any bacteria that has entered the site. The antibodies will bind to the bacteria and cause them to clump, and other white blood cells will break down this mass. Platelets in the blood help to clot the wound so that it can heal
In the human body, the color of blood is a blue. But when you get a cut or something like that, the blood immediately turns to red the second it gets mixed with air.
As soon as you are cut, platelets in blood form fibers to cause a clot. Then White Blood Cells destroy any pathogens that entered the body when the cut was open. The skin cells slowly reproduce and grow back. Then its impossible to tell you were cut.
60 percent of the time, they ooze all the time.
A local infection infects only the area where it made initial contact in or on the body, like the infection in a cut after the cut gets dirty and is not properly cleaned. A systemic infection spreads via the blood throughout the body.
Because - with a slight cut, you're only damaging capillaries (small blood vessels) With a deep or large cut, there's more chance of rupturing a vein or artery which would bleed considerably more.
Oozing blood would be coming from the capillaries. Blood from the veins would be flowing freely out of the wound and blood from the arteries would be spurting out.The wound would be near a major artery.
Small blood vessels called capillaries would "ooze".
the platelets are activated and forms fibrin mesh work so the cells are trapped only the fluid ooze out.
Pressurized only if pressure is needed, especially when it has humans or lives in it. Else the body will burst or ooze out blood.
No, you would be "spurting" blood if you cut an artery as that's what carries the blood away from the heart. It has more pressure so it would spurt. However, a vein is carrying the blood back to the heart so there is less pressure, therefore no spurting just an ooze.
Plasma helps stop blood from flowing out of your body when you have a cut.
restricted blood flow to the area
If you bleed dark brown blood when you cut your finger it means you are alive........ at least your body is.
Because it has been raided by honey badgers.
That depends entirely on the size of the cut and what gets cut. Hit an artery and they can die in a couple minutes. A slash across the ribs could ooze for a long time and never really be a problem. That is entirely dependent on the following conditions: Time of bleeding, diameter of the artery or vein, location of the artery or vein. Blood pressure at that moment. Viscosity of blood, extension of the cut, and perhaps some more factors.