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Internal bleeding

Internal bleeding

This can result from an I.V injection or a cannula. It is a common internal bleeding that occurs from escaping the vein leaving it ruptured.It can disappear it's own without any interfere, Some cases you may need to apply warm water on the affected area for several times, but most of the cases need topical preparations that may be made up of Aescin. Aescin is an agent that acts as an anti-edamatous, anti-inflammatory and pain reliever. One of these common used preparations is REPARILĀ®-Gel (Aescin 1g, and Diethylamine salicylate 5g)

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