Now the weather is sultry, plus now is the mature season of durian. Many mothers give their babies unrestrained food. We all know that a litchi with three fires, plus the hot durian, it’s strange that the baby doesn’t get on the fire. After getting on fire, the baby is more likely to have nosebleed, so how should you deal with it?

How does nosebleed do?

(I) in case of epistaxis, the patient should be allowed to take the sitting or semi lying position, and comfort the patient to avoid over tension and try to keep calm. Because of mental tension, it often increases blood pressure and aggravates bleeding, especially for patients with epistaxis caused by hypertension.

(2) local treatment is mainly compression hemostasis, and the treatment steps depend on the location and degree of bleeding.

1. Let the patient squeeze the nose wings on both sides tightly with his thumb and index finger. 5-10 minutes can stop the bleeding.

2. If there is more than one bleeding, clean cotton ball, gelatin sponge, soft cloth, etc. can be stuffed into the nasal cavity to compress and stop bleeding.

3. If there is still bleeding, dry cotton ball or hemostatic sponge dipped with hemostatic powder, 1% ephedrine and 1% adrenaline can be put into the nasal cavity to stop bleeding. In addition to the above three treatments, cold water towels or ice bags can be applied on the forehead, nose, neck or pillow, and replaced repeatedly, so as to promote the contraction of blood vessels and reduce bleeding.

4. In case of repeated bleeding or a large amount of bleeding, first clean the nasal cavity and find the bleeding site, and then use the sterilized Vaseline gauze to fill and press on the bleeding site. The gauze can be kept in the nasal cavity for 24-72 hours. When the epistaxis is stopped, the gauze can be drawn out after a proper time. If bleeding continues after 24-72 hours, the patient should be sent to hospital for treatment.

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