Why does a person who just died with a history of high blood pressure a few hours later bleed continuously from the nose, before dying he doesn’t vomit? Please explain
Thank you for the question.
Continuous bleeding from the nose in people who have recently died can occur due to many factors. When referring to your testimony, where the person has hypertension, it is most likely that bleeding from the nose occurs due to rupture of blood vessels in the nasal cavity due to hypertension. But in addition, this condition can also arise due to other triggers, such as:
Benign or malignant tumors around the nasal cavity and throat
Blood clotting disorders, such as due to hemophilia, side effects of blood-thinning drugs, von Willebrand's disease, leukemia
Other factors, such as the former nasogastric tube placement, exposure to irritants (such as ammonia), esophageal varices rupture, stroke, etc.
Presumably, this condition needs to be confirmed directly by a doctor who checks the sufferer directly to make it clearer. However, given the current conditions, where COVID-19 is spreading, it seems you need to limit traveling outside the home (including to the doctor) except for emergency matters. So, in order to answer your question, it is advisable to read a lot of books or medical journals first yes ..
I hope this helps.