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venous bleed

ve·nous bleed

/ˈvēnəs blēd/

Noun

Blood tends to flow steadily from a damaged vein. The color of the blood tends to be darker red, since there is very little oxygen attached to the red blood cells. Venous bleeding can be more difficult to control, especially if larger veins are involved.