Uncontained bleeding

Uncontained bleeding

You may have an internal injury that could get worse if you don’t seek treatment. If your head, face or neck is injured, don’t use a tampon or fingers to stop bleeding — these can push a sharp object further into your body and cause further damage. You may need stitches in your mouth, nose or eyes. You may need surgery for deeper wounds, like a stab wound in your abdomen. You should go straight to an emergency room if you are vomiting blood and it won’t stop; feeling weak from internal bleeding; dizzy or faint; having difficulty breathing; and cannot speak clearly because of something stuck in your throat. These symptoms suggest more severe injuries that can quickly become life-threatening without proper care.

If you have a wound that will not stop bleeding, head to an emergency room. Blood loss can lead to organ failure, so you want help from a professional as soon as possible. This is especially true if there is nerve or tendon damage involved. If left alone, an injury like that could leave you paralyzed for life! To be safe, call 911 if there is uncontrolled bleeding and get yourself evaluated in person.

It may seem crazy, but one of our top reasons you should visit an emergency room is due to a simple cut on your hand. The human body is a delicate machine and too much blood loss can lead to hypovolemic shock, which occurs when blood pressure drops so low that vital organs stop working. You’ll want medical professionals on hand for anyone suffering from massive amounts of bleeding. This could include someone who has suffered trauma from falling or someone with a severe injury caused by an animal attack or mauling. It’s always best to be safe than sorry, especially if someone’s life is at stake! Head injuries: Another reason why you should visit your local ER is for suspected head injuries.



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