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Which bleeding wounds need to be evaluated by a doctor?

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In brief: Pulsatile

Generally pulsatile bleeding, wounds that won't stop bleeding, or wounds near vital structures.

In brief: Pulsatile

Generally pulsatile bleeding, wounds that won't stop bleeding, or wounds near vital structures.
Dr. Wesley Marquart
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Dr. Luke Hermann
Emergency Medicine
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In brief: Many.

Bleeding that doesn't stop despite applying direct pressure for more than 10 minutes.
Wounds to the face, neck, hands, or genitals. Any deep puncture wound. Any animal or human bite wound. Any wound that shows signs of infection.

In brief: Many.

Bleeding that doesn't stop despite applying direct pressure for more than 10 minutes.
Wounds to the face, neck, hands, or genitals. Any deep puncture wound. Any animal or human bite wound. Any wound that shows signs of infection.
Dr. Luke Hermann
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