1. the process gets inflammed, red, and warm.
2. the injured tissue and white blood cells release histamine and kinin. these chemicals cause the blood vessels to dialate and turn red. the blood will rush through the blood vessel and will cause swelling.
3. the swollen area and kinin both stimulate free nerve endings-causes pain
4.neutrophils and monmocytes go to the site of injury and squeeze through the cappilary wall. the pathogens are englufed by the neutrophils and monocytes by phagocytosis. then the pathogen is destroyed by hydrolytic enzymes.
5.monocytes will change into macrophages, cells that engulf large quantities of pathogens.
6. pus forms
7.when the pus is drained out or absorbed by the body the pathogen is hopeuflly gone
8. blood clots will seal off the cappilary