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Epistaxis is a common complaint in the pediatric population, especially among toddlers and school-aged children. Most episodes of epistaxis will resolve before the child arrives at the clinic. Persistent or recurrent bleeding requires intervention. Matt and Matt discuss some options that go beyond just simple digital compression.