While you might say ‘if there’s bleeding…there’s bleeding’, it’s important to classify bleeding according to the severity and the prevalence.
I recently worked with a team that had a very well developed hygiene department but there were some inconsistencies between treatment recommendations. One thing we discovered is that their way of describing the amount of bleeding was very subjective.
What one person saw as a problem, another did not. This is another area where it is very important to get your entire team on the same page.
This video gives a quick example of how to determine and communicate different levels of bleeding.