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A 55 y/o F presents to the Emergency Department with a 3-hour history of epistaxis. She denies chest pain or presyncope and vital signs are as follows: BP 168/72 HR: 95 SpO2: 100% on room air. A peripheral IV is inserted and bloodwork is drawn. The nurse calls you to address ongoing bleeding despite an attempt to hold pressure. What is the best next step?