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Bleeding: First aidBBleeding: First aidBleeding: First aidEnglishHaematologyChild (0-12 years);Teen (13-18 years)NACardiovascular systemNon-drug treatmentCaregivers Adult (19+)NA2013-05-04T04:00:00ZElizabeth Berger, BA, MD, FRCPC, FAAP, MHPE6.0000000000000079.0000000000000511.000000000000Health (A-Z) - ProcedureHealth A-Z<p>An overview of the first aid treatment of bleeding and the prevention of shock.</p><p>In most cases, when your child scrapes or cuts themselves, the bleeding will stop quickly. Although the amount of bleeding may seem like a lot, most minor wounds do not result in major blood loss or complications. However, if the bleeding does not stop, you will have to act quickly to prevent too much blood loss and maybe even shock. Shock occurs when the circulatory system fails to provide enough blood to all parts of the body. </p> ​<h2>Key points </h2> <ul> <li>If your child's wound does not stop bleeding on its own, act quickly to prevent too much blood loss and shock. </li> <li>Signs of shock include pale skin, a drop in temperature, sweating, fast breathing and loss of consciousness. </li> <li>If your child is showing any sign of shock, call 911 right away.</li> <li>Raise the wound so it is above the heart. This will reduce the amount of blood flowing to the wounded area. </li> <li>Be sure your hands are clean, or wear disposable gloves, when treating your child's wound. </li> <li>If an object is embedded in your child's body, do not remove it. Cover the area with clean bandage rolls and seek medical attention right away. </li> </ul><h2>When to see a doctor</h2> <ul> <li>If the bleeding continues for more than five minutes, despite applying firm pressure to the area. </li> <li>If you are unable to properly clean the wound or if it appears dirty. </li> <li>If there are signs of shock. </li> <li>If the wound is on the child's neck or face. </li> <li>If the injury was caused by an electrical burn, an animal or human bite, a burn or a puncture wound (ex. a nail piercing the skin). </li> <li>If there is an object embedded in the wound. </li> <li>If the cut is deep and looks like it might need stitches. </li> <li>If the child has not had a shot for tetanus or if it has been longer than 10 years since the last tetanus shot. </li> </ul><h2>Treatment </h2> <h3>Rest </h3> <p>When treating any type of wound, minor or severe, have your child rest. Encourage them to sit or lie down. </p> <h3>Elevate </h3> <p>Be sure to raise the wounded area above their heart. This will reduce the amount of blood flowing to the wound. If the wound is dirty, you can rinse it gently with clean, cool or warm tap water. Do not use hot water. You can also use bottled water or a saline wound spray to clean the wound. Do not use alcohol, iodine, mercurochrome, hydrogen peroxide or other similar agents to clean the wound. These solutions will cause pain and/or irritation. </p> <h3>Direct pressure </h3> <p>Before you try to stop the bleeding, clean your hands to reduce the risk of infection. If you do not know the person that you are helping, wear gloves to protect yourself from any potential, transmissible diseases. Take sterile gauze or a clean cloth and press firmly on the wound to stop the bleeding. Continue to apply pressure to the area for at least five minutes. When the bleeding has slowed or stopped, secure the dressing with tape. </p> <p>If your child is showing any signs of shock, call 911 right away. </p> <h3>Embedded Object </h3> <p>If an object is embedded, or stuck in your child's body, do not take it out. Pulling it out could cause the bleeding to worsen. Instead, protect and cover the area with sterile gauze. Make sure to not push the object deeper into the wound. Wrap bandage rolls over the wound. Secure the bandage rolls above and below the wound. Seek medical attention right away to have the object removed and the wound cared for. </p>
النزيف: الإسعافات الأوليةاالنزيف: الإسعافات الأوليةBleeding: First aidArabicHaematologyChild (0-12 years);Teen (13-18 years)NACardiovascular systemNon-drug treatmentCaregivers Adult (19+)NA2010-12-03T05:00:00ZNA6.0000000000000079.0000000000000511.000000000000Flat ContentHealth A-Z<p>نظرة عامة سهلة الفهم لعلاج الاسعافات الأولية للنزيف والوقاية من الصدمات.</p>
出血:急救出血:急救Bleeding: First aidChineseSimplifiedHaematologyChild (0-12 years);Teen (13-18 years)NACardiovascular systemNon-drug treatmentCaregivers Adult (19+)NA2010-12-03T05:00:00Z79.00000000000006.00000000000000511.000000000000Flat ContentHealth A-Z<p>一个易于理解的出血和预防休克的急救治疗的概述。</p>
出血:急救出血:急救Bleeding: First AidChineseTraditionalHaematologyChild (0-12 years);Teen (13-18 years)NACardiovascular systemNon-drug treatmentCaregivers Adult (19+)NA2010-12-03T05:00:00Z79.00000000000006.00000000000000511.000000000000Flat ContentHealth A-Z<p>簡要概述出血的急救和休克的預防。</p>
Hemorragias: Primeros auxiliosHHemorragias: Primeros auxiliosBleeding: First AidSpanishNAChild (0-12 years);Teen (13-18 years)NANANAAdult (19+)NA2010-12-03T05:00:00Z79.00000000000006.00000000000000511.000000000000Flat ContentHealth A-Z<p>Una descripción sencilla sobre el tratamiento de primeros auxilios en caso de hemorragia y sobre la prevención del shock.</p>
இரத்தம் வடிதல்: முதலுதவிஇரத்தம் வடிதல்: முதலுதவிBleeding: First AidTamilNAChild (0-12 years);Teen (13-18 years)NANANAAdult (19+)NA2010-12-03T05:00:00Z79.00000000000006.00000000000000511.000000000000Flat ContentHealth A-Z<p>இரத்தம் வடிதலையும் அதிர்ச்சியையும் தடுப்பதற்கான முதல் உதவிச் சிகிச்சையைப் பற்றி இலகுவாக விளங்கிக்கொள்ளக்கூடிய ஒரு மேற்ப்பார்வை. </p>
خون کا بہنا : ابتدائِ طبی امدادخخون کا بہنا : ابتدائِ طبی امدادBleeding: First AidUrduNAChild (0-12 years);Teen (13-18 years)NANANAAdult (19+)NA2010-12-03T05:00:00Z79.00000000000006.00000000000000511.000000000000Flat ContentHealth A-Z<p>خون کے بہاو کو روکنے اور صدمے سے بچنے کے لئے ایک آسان جائزہ جس میں ابتدائی طبی امداد اور صدمے سے بچنے کا ذکر ھے۔</p>

 

 

出血:急救1043.00000000000出血:急救Bleeding: First aidChineseSimplifiedHaematologyChild (0-12 years);Teen (13-18 years)NACardiovascular systemNon-drug treatmentCaregivers Adult (19+)NA2010-12-03T05:00:00Z79.00000000000006.00000000000000511.000000000000Flat ContentHealth A-Z<p>一个易于理解的出血和预防休克的急救治疗的概述。</p><p>在大多数情况下,当你的孩子抓伤或切破手指时,出血将很快会停止。虽然出血量看起来似乎很多,但大多数轻微的伤口都不会造成大量地失血或并发症。但是,如果出血不止的话,你将必须迅速采取行动以防止失血过多,甚至休克。当循环系统未能提供足够的血液到身体的各个部分时,发生休克。休克的体征可能包括:</p><ul><li>苍白、灰色的皮肤</li><li>体温下降</li><li>出汗</li><li>呼吸急促</li><li>丧失意识</li></ul><h2>治疗</h2><h3>休息 </h3><p>在治疗任何类型的伤口时,无论轻微或严重,让你的孩子休息。鼓励她坐下或躺下。 </p><h3>提升</h3><p>确保让受伤的部位位于她的心脏的上方。这将减少流到伤口的出血量。如果伤口脏,你可以轻轻地用干净的、凉的或温的自来水冲洗。不要使用热水。你也可以使用瓶装水或一个盐水伤口喷雾装置进行清洗。不要使用酒精、碘酒、红药水、双氧水,或其他类似的试剂来清洁伤口。这些溶液将引起疼痛和/或刺激。 </p><h3>直接压力 </h3><p>取无菌纱布或一块干净的布并用力压住伤口来止血。当出血速度减慢或停止时,用胶带或一个别针固定住敷料纱布。 </p><p>如果你的孩子表现出任何休克的体征,立即拨打911。 </p><h3>嵌入物体 </h3><p>如果一个物体嵌入或卡入你的孩子的身体中,不要把它拿出来。拉出可能导致出血恶化。相反,用无菌纱布保护和覆盖物体嵌入的部位。确保不要向里推入物体,这样伤口会更深。一定要清洁你的双手,或戴上一次性手套,以减少感染的风险。用绷带包裹伤口。在伤口的上方和下方将绷带固定。立即寻求医疗关注,以取出物体并对伤口进行护理。 </p><h2>要点</h2><ul><li>如果你的孩子的伤口没有自行停止出血,迅速采取行动以防止失血过多和休克。</li><li>休克的体征包括皮肤苍白、体温下降、出汗、呼吸急促和意识丧失。</li><li>如果你的孩子表现出任何休克的体征,立即拨打911。</li><li>提高伤口,使它高于心脏。这将减少流向伤口部位的血流量。</li><li>确保你的手是干净的,或戴上一次性手套治疗你的孩子的伤口。</li><li>如果一个物体嵌入你的孩子身体中,不要将其取出。用干净的绷带覆盖其部位,并立即寻求医疗关注。</li></ul> <br>https://assets.aboutkidshealth.ca/AKHAssets/bleeding_first_aid.jpg出血:急救False

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