Clinical Tips: Nosebleed

pharmacist with customer blowing his nose
Nosebleed is usually a minor first aid presentation... but don’t be fooled, writes Brad Butt Epistaxis or nosebleed might not be the most common reason for a visit to the local pharmacy, however what it lacks in frequency of presentation, it well and truly makes up for in practitioner fear when that patient comes in

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