FEATURES OF NURSE CARE AND PROVIDING EMERGENCY CARE FOR PATIENTS WITH BLEEDING IN THE EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT
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The relevance of the study is determined by the fact that in the statistical reports of the WHO, mortality from injuries, which is very often accompanied by life-threatening bleeding, remains at a high level. However, two-thirds of injury deaths and most non-fatal injuries could have been avoided. To do this, it is necessary to promptly and correctly provide emergency care to patients with life-threatening bleeding. Purpose of the study. Define the principles of emergency medical care for patients with bleeding in the emergency department, as well as explore the characteristics of nursing care for patients with life-threatening bleeding.