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Q: How would the body respond typically to loss of blood from hemorrhage?
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What condition is patient most likely to hemorrhage?

Hemorrhage means to lose a lot of something. Typically, in medicine, hemorrhage is used to denote a huge loss of blood. Loss of blood can be caused by any number of reasons, so there is not going to be any one condition that would cause a patient to hemorrhage.


How would you use hemorrhage in a sentence?

The patient began to hemorrhage.


What is the icd 9 code for thalamic hemorrhage?

431 is the code for intracerebral hemorrhage. That would include thalamic hemorrhage.


Why is blood not drawn from arteries?

Because that would puncture your arteries. They are high pressure, this could result in uncontrolled bleeding (hemorrhage) and death


What would you suffer from if you had epistaxis?

Epistaxis or a nosebleed is the relatively common occurrence of hemorrhage from the nose, usually noticed when the blood drains out through the nostrils.


Where in the body would a cerebral hemorrhage occurs?

A 'cerebral hemorrhage' means bleeding within the brain.


Which type of cell would most likely respond to a splinter in your finger?

White blood cells


What abdominal organ would attribute to a severe cerebral hemorrhage?

The liver contributes this disorder because it manufactures blood proteins such as fibrinogen and prothrombin which are necessary for the blood slotting. The liver also removes worn-out red blood cells from circulation and recycles the iron content.


Is it respond to or respond for?

It can be either one, depending on your meaning. You would "respond to" a question or comment directed at you. You would "respond for" someone else who cannot respond for themselves.


What would cause a man to hemorrhage out of his mouth after a heart attack?

It could possibly be caused by blood backing up in the lungs from the heart not pumping properly (Congestive Heart failure). the blood could be actually coming from the lungs and being coughed up


How is much blood loss would be there at 5 weeks if i had a miscarriage?

Typically, a five week miscarriage would cause bleeding like a period.


Can infant take ibuprofen and Tylenol together?

That would typically not be recommended unless the child has what is known as hyperpyrexia, a stubborn fever that does not respond well to just one of the meds.