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NOSE BLEEDING STOP KIT

1. Nose forceps 1 pc. 2. Ear tweezers 1 pc. 3. Nasal mirror 1 pc. 4. Turunda wide 20 ml 5. Adrenaline 0.1% solution 20 ml 6. Ephedrine 3% solution 20 ml 7. Calcium chloride 10% solution in ampoules 10 pcs. 8. Epsilon-aminocaproic acid 2 fl. 9. Vikasol 1% solution in ampoules 10 pcs.

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NOSE BLEEDING STOP KIT

  1. Nosebleeds. Etiology. Stop methods
    Features of the structure and blood supply to the nasal mucosa cause exceptional bleeding in this area and the frequency of nosebleeds. Etiology: 1. Local causes: • Traumatic injuries (including surgical); • Foreign bodies of the nose; • Malignant tumors; • Atrophic processes in the nasal cavity; • Bleeding
  2. Question 7. Applying a pressure dressing to temporarily stop external bleeding
    used mainly for small bleeding such as venous, capillary and small arterial bleeding. A pressure dressing is applied in the following way: a sterile dressing is applied to the wound, tightly folded into a cotton ball over it, and then bandage the bandage tightly around it. Instead of cotton wool, you can use an unwound sterile bandage. The application of a pressure dressing is
  3. Nosebleeds
    The outflow of blood from the anterior nasal openings or nasopharynx can occur without a visible external cause - the so-called spontaneous nosebleed. In addition, it can be traumatic and postoperative. Spontaneous nosebleeds cause general and local causes. Among the common, the most common are diseases accompanied by an increase in blood pressure
  4. Nose bleed
    Epistaxis is a consequence of trauma, swelling of the nose, arterial hypertension, and hemorrhagic diathesis. Often there are nasal diseases in acute respiratory diseases, flu. Tactics depend on the etiology of bleeding and are aimed at eliminating the underlying cause. Locally in mild cases, press the edges of the nose to the septum and inject pieces of cotton wool or gauze into the nasal passage,
  5. NOSE BLEED
    Epistaxis is one of the most common types of bleeding that a doctor of any specialty can meet. In military otorhinolaryngology, nosebleeds caused by trauma caused by a blunt or sharp object, or firearms are of greatest importance. It is important to note, however, that in most cases nosebleeds are a symptom of any general
  6. Nose bleed
    Bleeding from the nose (epistaxis) is a symptom of local damage to the nose or general disease, so the causes of nosebleeds are divided into local and general; treatment is usually consistent with this division. Bleeding from other parts of the respiratory tract is much less common than from the nose. The source of nasal hemorrhages can be in different parts of the nose, but most often
  7. Nose bleed
    The outflow of blood from the nose can be spontaneous (due to general or local pathological processes), traumatic or postoperative. Local causes of spontaneous bleeding from the nose include damage to a small area of ​​the mucous membrane in the area of ​​the nasal septum in its anterior lower part. The abundance of blood vessels in this area causes frequent bleeding, not only with injuries,
  8. Nosebleeds
    DIAGNOSTICS Based on the presence of nosebleeds. When the head is thrown back - blood draining along the back wall of the oropharynx or its lateral surfaces, coughing up clots and fresh blood. Possible vomiting of blood with clots. There are bleeding from the anterior (85% of cases) and posterior parts of the nasal cavity. Minor to massive bleeding, with signs of acute
  9. Nose bleed
    Epistaxis, a clinical symptom of a general or local pathological process, is manifested by the release of non-foaming blood from the nostrils or by draining it along the back of the throat. Patients with nosebleed account for 3% of the total number of patients hospitalized in the ENT department. ETIOLOGY AND PATHOGENESIS The causes of nosebleeds (Table 9-1) are divided into local and general (systemic). Table
  10. Nose bleed
    Epistaxis is more often caused by damage to the vascular plexuses of the anterior part of the nasal septum (Kisselbach region). Symptomatic bleeding is possible with hemorrhagic diathesis (thrombocytopenia, including with leukemia, thrombocytopathy, hemophilia), with infectious diseases (SARS, flu, sepsis, etc.), with local inflammatory and productive processes (polyps, adenoids,
  11. Nosebleeds
    D - ka: The presence of bleeding from the nasal opening. When head is thrown back - coughing up clots and fresh blood, blood swelling along the side or back wall of the oropharynx along a small tongue. Vomiting of dark blood and clots, pallor of the skin. Difficulty or disabling nasal breathing through one or both halves of the nose. When freezing - the allocation of clots with an admixture of fresh
  12. Nose bleed
    Bleeding from the nose is a symptom of a local nose lesion or general disease. The most common bleeding area is the anteroposterior section of the nasal septum (Kisselbach zone): in most cases, bleeding from this area is not heavy, usually not threatening the patient’s life. Among the causes of nosebleeds are trauma, surgical interventions, benign and malignant
  13. LESSON 15 First aid after bleeding. Rules for stopping external bleeding. Technique for performing anterior nasal tamponade. Blood transfusion. Patient care (technique for performing intradermal and intramuscular injections).
    Objective: To teach students to identify symptoms of internal bleeding, to determine the amount of blood loss, to determine the blood group and Rh factor, to master various methods of stopping external bleeding, to perform intravenous, sc, intramuscular injections (from patient care skills). Test questions 1. Bleeding. Definition Classification of bleeding. 2. Signs of arterial, capillary,
  14. STOP BLEEDING
    Purpose of work: to study the methods for detecting acute blood loss, to learn how to temporarily stop external bleeding. Content 1. The development of ways to stop external bleeding: 1.1 The application of a pressure bandage. 1.2 Finger pressure of the artery above the wound. 1.3 Application of a hemostatic tourniquet. 1.4 The imposition of a twist-tow. 1.5
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