So let's say someone has telekinetic powers. He can move a bunch of things at once with his mind as long as the objects aren't too heavy.
One day he's walking through a dark secluded alleyway and, oh no, he gets shot, and even worst the bullet hits a major artery. After snapping his assailant's neck with his mind, he falls to the ground. He's now in a puddle of his own blood still bleeding profusely. Within minutes he'll almost certainly be dead. Unless...
Suddenly our fellow has a bright idea, he could use his telekineses to prevent the blood from leaving his body, right? Moreover, could he not draw the blood that he's already lost, back inside of him? Kind of a self-transfusion sort of deal. He might potentially be able to do so and just get back up. Walk over to a hospital on his own two legs after having sustained an extremely severe gunshot wound, keeping his vital fluid within him by sheer force of will, now wouldn't that be a sight.
Could this actually work? Is there something I'm missing?
A few notes:
Firstly, the ground is obviously not sterile and so neither is the blood that's in contact with it, would this be an issue?
Next, this telekinetic can only use his powers while he is conscious, would the shock of losing so much blood so quickly, or perhaps the pain of being shot cause him to fall unconscious before he has time to reach a hospital?
Is recovering from blood loss as simple as putting the stuff back in?