First Aid Principles for Children with Traumatic Bleeding

In most cases, Children are scratched or scratched, The blood stopped quickly. Although it looked as if there was a lot of blood, But the actual amount of bleeding is not large, It will not lead to serious problems in what. Principles of Treatment for Traumatic Bleeding 1. Rest No matter what kind of trauma, Heavy or not, You should have your child lie down or sit down to rest. 2. Raise the wound so that the injured area is above the heart level. It can reduce the outflow of blood. If the wound is dirty, You can take clean cold water or warm water. Please rinse gently. You can also rinse it with bottled water. Or clean the wound with normal saline, Never use hot water, Also don’t use alcohol, iodine, mercurochrome, hydrogen peroxide or similar things to treat wounds, These potions will irritate the wound, It really hurts. 3. Before pressing directly to stop the bleeding, You need to wash your hands, This can prevent infection. If you don’t know the health status of the injured, Better wear gloves, Prevent any possible infectious diseases. Hold the wound tightly for at least five minutes with sterilized gauze or clean cloth. If the bleeding slows down or stops, Fix the hemostat on the wound with a tape. If there are any signs of shock, While stopping the bleeding, Make an emergency call 120.4. If there is something stuck in the wound or even stuck in the body, Don’t take it out, Pulling it out may make the bleeding more serious. At this time, Need to use sterilized gauze to cover the injured area, be careful not to make the foreign body deeper. Bypass the foreign body, use bandages to wrap the wound back and forth in the shape of [8], and immediately go to see a doctor, good to take out the foreign body, treatment of the wound. Should immediately see a doctor unless pressed very tightly, if bleeding more than five minutes; The wound looked dirty and did not have proper cleaning conditions. Signs of shock (pale face, hypothermia, cold sweat, accelerated breathing, loss of consciousness); Wounds caused by electric shock, human or dog bite, burning and puncture; A foreign body was left in the wound. The cut is very deep and requires stitches. Children have not been vaccinated against tetanus or have been vaccinated for more than 10 years.