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Medical Emergency: Nose Bleeds

8/26/2022 10:04:04 AM   |   Comments: 0   |   Views: 58
Medical Emergency: Nose Bleeds


If nose was hit, suspect fracture, Locate the bleeding source
• Apply direct pressure over the wound
• Place sterile dressing or cleanest cloth available
• If possible, use latex gloves, extra dressings or plastic wrap
• Do not remove first dressing if blood-soaked and others over it (this is changing to where you will
keep changing the bloody dressing)
• Do not remove impaled objects


If you want the entire Medical Emergency, here is the link to our Flow Charts.?


Please Stay Safe!


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Medical Emergency: Nose Bleeds

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