blood splashes

blood splashes

an abattoir term meaning large hemorrhages in muscles usually due to poor slaughtering technique.
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We found evidence of significant blood splashes on the physician in 8 of the 30 cases (26.
And there were blood splashes on an examination couch, floor and storage items in the paediatric treatment room in ward 19.
There was blood all over her face and when I sat down afterwards I had blood splashes on my face, that's how hard he was hitting her.
Luminol reacts with microscopic amounts of blood to produce bright blue luminescence, which allows investigators to track invisible blood splashes in the environment.
BPS-related citations included failure to require eye gear (such as goggles and face shields) to protect employees from blood splashes and sprays, and failure to maintain an adequate schedule for emptying or replacing sharps containers (overfilled sharps containers were cited).
The food industry can be very demanding and boots can be damaged both chemically and physically by blood splashes, lactic acid, various fats, frequent washing and powerful detergents.
There were blood splashes, stains and spots in the flat where she was found dead and in the house where the couple lived on Bramall Lane, Darlington, said Mr Roberts.
Blood splashes on the wall behind where his body was found suggested the fatal attack continued as he lay in the position in which he was found.
In recent years, the authors have observed workers at various medical-waste treatment facilities handling wastes that leaked blood and residual fluids and caused visible blood splashes.
One room was wallpapered with a pattern of blood splashes and handprints taken from a scene-of-the-crime photo in the New York police files.