When monitoring a casualty with a head injury, you should reevaluate
the casualty's level of consciousness every
Which of the following statements is/are true?
a. A minor nosebleed can often be controlled by rolling up a gauze pad, placing
the pad under the casualty's upper lip, and pressing the pad against the
nasal region with the fingers.
b. A nosebleed that does not respond to pressure or which reoccurs may
indicate a more serious injury.
A nosebleed can result in a blocked airway.
d. All of the above statements are correct.
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