Head bruising is an injury that does not damage the skin. There is no open wound, there is no blood; nevertheless, this injury can be very serious and cause severe and long-lasting consequences, even death.
With a head injury, two options are possible: 1) a brain contusion is the most serious injury and 2) soft tissue contusion is a less dangerous injury. Head injury may be accompanied by hemorrhage, compression of the brain, fracture of the bones of the skull.
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A condition where blood is flowing from the nose is very common. It can occur in an adult and a child. In this case, the bleeding may be quite insignificant: only a few droplets, which immediately roll up, or maybe very strong, pour in a stream.
Is it dangerous? It all depends on why the nose bleeds, as well as on the type and intensity of bleeding.
Blood from the nose – types of bleeding
If only a few drops of blood flowed from the nose and the bleeding stopped immediately, without causing any consequences, it is assessed as insignificant. Continue reading
There are situations when your competent and precise actions can save a human life. If you see that a person has lost consciousness, his breath is not bugged, immediately call an ambulance. And before she arrives, it is necessary to assess the condition of the victim, and begin resuscitation actions (heart massage and artificial respiration), if necessary.
Heart massage – when it is needed
By heart massage (indirect – NMS), we mean actions that are meant to “start” the stopped heart muscle. Continue reading