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BLEEDING MAY OCCUR DUE TO MANY REASONS.MINOR BLEEDING CAN BE TREATED BY CLEANING THE WOUNDS BY SOAP WATER.IN CCCCCASE OF MAJOR BLEEDING FOLLOWING STEPS ARE TO BE TAKEN:
 
DIRECT PRESSURE:
DIRECT PRESSURE IS APPLIED DIRECTLY ON THE WOUND WITH THE HELP OF PADS OR HENKERCHIEF.
INDIRECT PRESSURE:
IF BLEEDING DO NOT STOPS BY DIRECT PRESSURE GO FOR IN DIRECT PRESSURE, WHICH IS APPLIED ON THE NEAREST PRESSURE POINT.
 A PRESSUE POINT IS AN AREA WHERE AN ARTERY CAN BE PRESSEDAGAINST THE UNDERLYING BONE TO PREVENT HTE FLOW OF BLOOD.THE NORMAL PULSE RATE OF AN ADULT IS 72 TO 74 PER MINUTE
 
 
 

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