Category Archives: Nosebleed

Winter Nosebleeds (Epistaxis)

NeilMed/ October 17, 2017/ Allergic Rhinitis, Allergy, Common Cold, Nosebleed/ 0 comments

Winter Nosebleeds (Epistaxis)  Murray Grossan, MD.  About the author: Dr. Grossan is an otolaryngologist and head and neck surgeon with the Tower Ear, Nose and Throat Clinic at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los  Angeles and the founder of the Web based Grossan Sinus & Health Institute (http://www.grossaninstitute.com). He is author of Free Yourself from Sinus and Allergy  Problems Permanently. Winter

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Daily Nosebleeds

NeilMed/ December 15, 2015/ Nasal hygiene, Nasal Irrigation, Nosebleed, Rhinitis Medicamentosa/ 0 comments

Daily Nosebleeds Jonathan M. Lee, MD Assistant Professor, Dept. of Otorhinolaryngology Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA About the author: Dr. Jonathan Lee is Board Certified in Otolaryngology, Head & Neck Surgery. He received his undergraduate degree in Neurobiology at Harvard University, and he did his medical training at the University of Pennsylvania. His research

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My Child Has a Nose Bleed, What Should I Do?

NeilMed/ November 19, 2015/ Babies & Kids Allergy and Cold, Nosebleed, Pediatric (Kids), Pediatric Allergy & Cold/ 0 comments

My Child Has a Nose Bleed, What Should I Do? Lynda Visher, D.O Board Certified Otolaryngologist About the author: Dr. Visher, is a Board Certified Otolaryngologist, with a special interest in making people feel better practices in Dallas Texas for 22 years. It’s a scary thing to see a child with a nose bleed, especially when it doesn’t stop. Of

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Buffered saline solution irrigations help manage symptomatic septal perforations

NeilMed/ May 6, 2014/ Nasal Irrigation, Nosebleed, Sinus, Sinus Infections, Sinus Surgery/ 9 comments

Buffered saline solution irrigations help manage symptomatic septal perforations Paul Schalch, MD. Board certified Otolaryngologist – Head and Neck Surgeon. Clinical assistant professor at Southern Illinois University School of Medicine. About the author: Dr Schalch works at Southern Illinois Healthcare, in Carbondale, Illinois, and has a special interest in rhinology and sleep apnea surgery. Patients that seek help with septal

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Epistaxis or Nosebleed

NeilMed/ April 2, 2014/ Nosebleed/ 6 comments

Epistaxis or Nosebleed Ryan S. Jackson, MD Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery PGY-5 Epistaxis, commonly called a nosebleed, is a common complaint of many people. Nosebleeds are typically minor and rarely become life threatening. Despite rarely being life threatening, epistaxis can create significant concern among patients. Patients should seek immediate medical attention if the bleeding is severe or if

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