Attention to First Intervention in Nose Bleeding!

Attention to First Intervention in Nose Bleeding!
Attention to First Intervention in Nose Bleeding!

Ear Nose and Throat Specialist Op. Dr. Ali Değirmenci gave information about the subject. There are many causes of nosebleeds. The most common nosebleeds are those caused by the cracking of the superficial veins just at the entrance of the nose. The reason for these bleedings is like blow to the nose, dry air, high blood pressure, hot and dry air, staying under the sun too long. About 90% of all nosebleeds are this type of bleeding. In this case, the thing to do is to clean the nose of the patient with cold water, blow out the clots in the nose and squeeze the nose wings for five or ten minutes. Hospitalization of the patient may do more harm than good. The nose is an organ with abundant blood supply. Nosebleeds can range from short-term bleeding with a few drops to severe, profuse and long bleeding. Therefore, every nosebleed should be evaluated very carefully.

Even if tilted, the head should be kept up. With such an intervention, this type of bleeding usually stops. Bleeding may recur until the ruptured vessel heals. If bleeding does not stop and is frequent, it should be evaluated by an ear, nose and throat physician. If it bleeds frequently, soiling the person's bed, preventing him from doing business or driving, the nose can be buffered, the vein can be cauterized (burned).

There may be cracks in other vessels in the nose, and more severe bleeding may occur. These hemorrhages usually require intervention. They will not stop by squeezing the wings of the nose by hand, and they can cause a lot of blood loss because they have larger vascular hemorrhages. Bleeding caused by high blood pressure, especially in elderly people, can easily occur due to the calcification of the vein walls. durmazlar. Both blood pressure and bleeding of the person should be controlled. Nasal inflammations, sinusitis, and rare nasal tumors can also cause bleeding, sometimes they are the first finding. Some diseases that cause bleeding and people who use blood thinners may also experience nosebleeds.

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