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Nosebleeds ( Epistaxis )

Nosebleeds ( Epistaxis )

Nosebleeds ( Epistaxis ). Kirthank Manivannan. Intro to Nosebleeds. What are nosebleeds? Nosebleeds are when you bleed from the nose They are common for everyone Some require medical attention (posterior nosebleeds)

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CASE PRESENTATION: Uncontrolled ‘Essential’ Hypertension, Stage II

CASE PRESENTATION: Uncontrolled ‘Essential’ Hypertension, Stage II

CASE PRESENTATION: Uncontrolled ‘Essential’ Hypertension, Stage II. Jasjot Garcha MD PGY1, Internal Medicine Allan B. Schwartz, MD Professor of Medicine Division of Nephrology and Hypertension Director of CME, Department of Medicine Drexel University College of Medicine.

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Nosebleeds ( Epistaxis )

Nosebleeds ( Epistaxis )

Nosebleeds ( Epistaxis ). Kirthank Manivannan. Intro to Nosebleeds. What are nosebleeds? Nosebleeds are when you bleed from the nose They are common for everyone Some require medical attention (posterior nosebleeds)

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Is there any cure for Nose Bleed?

Is there any cure for Nose Bleed?

Most of us have experienced nose bleed at least once in our lifetime. It may have been caused by different factors. Kids, because of ruthlessness, are often victims of nose bleeds. Nevertheless, it is not a laughing matter. The nose is one of the vital parts of our face and is very rich with blood vessel. It is also positioned in a very vulnerable location which is prone to accidents and is considered the center of the T-Zone which, when damaged, can lead to a very serious injury.

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Is there any cure for Nose Bleed?

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