Mouth Bled And Unconscious When Having An Accident?
when an accident then the mouth bleeds like choking and unconscious, is that a serious danger?
Thank you for the question.
Blood from the mouth to choke after a traffic accident can indicate bleeding in the body, can be from the digestive tract, or respiratory tract. The thing to note is to ensure that the victim can still breathe and there are no disturbances in the airway such as obstruction or objects that are blocking. In addition, unconsciousness can indicate disturbance of consciousness and trauma to the head. Ensure the victim's response by calling and clapping the victim hard without hurting to know the victim's response.
What needs to be done when finding accident victims on the road is to make sure the condition of yourself and the victim is safe (no fire, etc.), check the victim's response, and call for help. Next make sure the victim is still breathing and whether he still has a pulse (check the neck). If the victim is unconscious and bleeds in another place such as a part of the body, you can suppress the source of the bleeding. Also, make sure you don't change the patient's body position too much or often, and make sure the patient's neck is protected.
When assistance arrives, make sure the victim is moved in a safe condition, protect the victim's neck, and monitor the victim's breathing and pulse.
Hopefully this information can help.