Profuse bleeding is a common companion of major trauma. However, it can also result from ordinary maladies, such as ruptured varicose veins or nosebleeds. Controlling bleeding is crucial to volume retention and preventing hypovolemic shock, and doing it properly can make all the difference for patients in the prehospital environment.
Join Great Brook Academy instructors for a live streaming session in which we will review over this topic and interactively engage back and forth with questions and answers. Two (2) hours of EMS CEU awarded toward NCCP refresher requirements.