Thanks for posting on HCM,
Actually after trauma of the ear, the initial thing the doctor would have done is to do an otoscopy exams to identify the level where the lesion occurred, whether it is in the middle ear or in the external ear. Management will depend on this. If ear continue to bleed ( actively), a wet gauze with adrenaline
or saline for hemostasis
will surely have to be inserted his ear for a while. If middle ear trauma, it will be appropriate to place him on antibiotics prophylaxis to prevent ear infection
and if pain analgesia should be included. If bleeding is no more, then you just keep observing and make sure bleeding does not recur.
You can follow-up the appointment later on as planned if bleeding is not active.
Hope this helps