Nosebleed fast facts

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How many people get nosebleeds?

Approximately 60% of people will have at least 1 nosebleed in their lifetime.

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Who are nosebleeds most common among?

Children aged 2 to 10 and adults aged 55 to 80 are the most prone to nosebleeds. They are very common in people with blood disorders, high blood pressure, or those who take blood thinners.

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How many ED visits are due to nosebleeds?

An estimated 500,000+ people visit the emergency department in the United States each year for nosebleed treatment. More than 90% of these patients are discharged home safely but are commonly charged more than $1000 per visit.

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What are the household statistics on recurrent nosebleeds?

One-third of US households has at least 1 member who experiences common recurrent nosebleeds.

What causes nosebleeds?

Nosebleeds may be alarming, but typically they are not serious. Nosebleeds are commonly caused by trauma, colds, allergies, and even dry air. Bleeding occurs when the mucosa is eroded and vessels become exposed and then break.

There are 2 types of nosebleeds: anterior and posterior. The vast majority (90%) of nosebleeds are anterior and produce a constant ooze of venous bleeding that usually comes from a convergence of vessels in an area inside the nose known as Kiesselbach’s plexus. More serious, posterior nosebleeds are emergencies that present with pumping and profuse arterial bleeding that comes from further back in the nose. If you can pinch your nose and stop bleeding without difficulty, your nosebleed is likely to be anterior and can be treated with NasaClip.

Are there different types of nosebleeds?

How to stop nosebleeds

To stop a nosebleed, bend your head slightly forward, blow your nose to clear it of any clots, and apply constant pressure with your fingers to the soft lower part of your nose for 10 to 20 minutes. NasaClip does this for you with 1 simple device.

NasaClip applies customized pressure to the correct location on the nose using soft intranasal sponges making it easy to stop nosebleeds fast.

Hands free
Applies constant pressure and holds the device in place without tiring your hands.

Mess free
No leakage, balled-up tissues, or stains.

Easy to apply
No doctor needed. Apply within seconds, whether in a clinic, at home, or anywhere.

Adjustable
With pediatric and adult sizes and a fully adjustable clip, NasaClip fits noses of all shapes and sizes.

Medical-grade sponges
No more invasive nasal packing. NasaClip features 2 soft, comfortable, medical-grade sponges that go inside the nose.

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NasaClip nosebleed treatment

With NasaClip, you don’t have to pinch your nose for 20 minutes, stuff your nostrils full of tissue, or deal with the frustration and mess of recurrent bleeding. A good thing, because using these methods incorrectly can make the problem worse.