Called Nosebleed QR (Quick Relief), the product is composed of a hydrophilic polymer, a synthetic powder that absorbs blood, and potassium salt that aids in scab formation.
For arena shows, promoters may opt to swap your nosebleed seat tickets for ones closer to the stage, so the performer sees a better house.
Parents should also be aware of any abnormal amount of blood during a nosebleed and make note of any recent falls or head injuries.
If the child feels faint or weak during a nosebleed, it may be do to blood loss and the child should see the doctor immediately.
Also, if there is a known or suspected head injury accompanying the nosebleed, there may be a skull fracture or brain disorder.
It is important to treat the nosebleed matter-of-factly as any parent would handle any other childhood scrape or wound.
In 2004, a new over-the-counter product was introduced for a quick home treatment for simple nosebleed.
A nosebleed, also called epistaxis, is a loss of blood from any blood vessel in the nose.
It is very important for the child not to lie down while having a nosebleed.
Bleeding from the nose is the obvious determinant of a nosebleed.