Venous blood is deoxygenated blood which travels from the peripheral ... Human
blood is red, ranging from bright red when oxygenated to dark red when not.
When you see blood outside the body it is usually a dark red. This blood is from
the veins. Sometimes you may cut an artery. This blood is bright red. It also ...
The myth is that... that blood is red when it is filled with oxygen and blue when ...
The only difference is that when it is oxygenated, it is a bright red, and when it is ...
Oct 16, 2012 ... Blood is always red, actually. Veins look blue because light has to penetrate the
skin to illuminate them, blue and red light (being of different ...
I cut myself the other day in practice, and instead of a dull, dark red. My blood
was very bright and really red. Does this mean im getting good.
Mar 6, 2007 ... Is blood really blue when its inside you and just turns red when it touches oxygen
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Mar 19, 2010 ... After your blood is pumped to your lungs by your heart, it's bright red because
hemoglobin -- the iron-containing, oxygen-transporting protein in ...
I'm very sure that he is incorrect and that blood is always a red. Could I have
some feedback on what color blood really is and why it appears ...
www.ask.com/youtube?q=Is Blood Really Red&v=18--LFIs-FM
Nov 12, 2013 ... Red, right? Well, actually, yes. So why does it look blue when you see it through
your skin? And is everyone's blood always the same color red ...
Sep 1, 2010 ... SS Agent Dick Wakka says: Somewhat true. Blood is very bright red when it is in
the pulmonary vein in the lungs, when it is highly oxygenated.