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How to Stop a Nosebleed Without Touching Your Nose

I love this technique! It's simple, uses minimal supplies, and there's no spectacle to minimize what's happening all in approximately 20 seconds. Nosebleeds can happen from a variety of causes such as dry climate, direct blow to the nose, medical conditions, etc. 

Try this technique if you want to impress others with your first aid skills.

The medical term for nosebleed is epistaxis. 

How to Remove Blood From Clothing

Athletic therapists working at sporting events are there to help things run smoothly. Blood on the court or uniforms are generally frowned on for the majority of sport protocols. 

Try this tip to save yourself being stressed out (especially if you've got blood all over a brand new white uniform). 

How to Properly Clean Abrasions

First of all, what's an abrasion? It's what we call skin that has been scraped away exposing the layers of tissue underneath. It's important to properly clean an abrasion (sometimes may be called a wound depending on the severity of damage) to prevent infection and promote proper healing for your body. 

Managing Deadly Bleeds From a Critical Incident

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Packing for Deadly Bleeds

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