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I am curious as to what medical professionals use to stop bleeding. I am not talking about a wrap or cloth to put on an open wound. I want to know if there is a liquid of some kind that they use to stop bleeding.


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replied December 17th, 2018
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In most cases the need to use medications to stop bleeding depends on the type and severity of injury and location of bleed.

In most cases of skin cuts, injuries on limbs etc where , the major blood vessels are not involved, direct pressure on the site of injury for 5 -10 mins can help stop bleeding.

In case of bleeding disorders or excessive internal bleeding within the body (eg gastrointestinal bleeding, uterine bleeding disorders,etc). Medications like Tranexa or Amino caproic acid ( antifibrinolytic agents ) are used systemically.

I hope this helps.


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