The Sudan Central Doctors Board is urging citizens to avoid going out into the streets, onto rooftops or into open spaces during "the increase in clashes and expansion into neighborhoods, cities and buildings."
"Stay at home in rooms protected from the sides and ceiling, and staying away from windows," the board said in a statement Saturday.
The board said there is a "very large number" of injured people being counted.
"There are a large number of wounded people who are still detained because of the clashes. We appeal to all forces to stop the clashes immediately and open a safe passage for the injured to receive medical attention," it said.
The group recommended some steps in case of a gunfire wound, including moving anyone who has been injured away from windows or open spaces and pressing directly on a wound to stop bleeding.