Breathing Sounds Of Grok Grok In Elderly People With Brain Hemorrhage?
Is the breath that sounded grok grok in the elderly 87tn sufferers of brain hemorrhage is reasonable? His condition now is asleep, he can not do any activity. Sometimes the hands or feet move a little. He had been sick for 4 days, and only a few hours ago his breath had gone bad when I drank milk through his feeding tube. Sometimes it sounds like someone breathing in water. Why is that? And how to overcome it?
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Breath sounds are produced when air exits and enters the lungs. The sound of breathing can be heard with a stethoscope or without aids when the patient breathes. Breath sounds can be considered normal or abnormal.
Abnormal breath sounds can indicate lung problems including:
1. Upper or lower airway obstruction
4. Fluid in the lungs
An examination to assess breath sounds is very important to diagnose various medical disorders. The condition of patients who experience a decrease in the level of consciousness due to various things, in this case because the failure occurs in the central nervous system that does directly control the level of consciousness, it is very likely that interference with the respiratory system will occur.
If a snoring sound is found, it is common in conditions of decreased consciousness because the structure of the back of the tongue that falls over the upper trachea canal so that air flow will also be disrupted. Then if there are sounds like gargling, it is likely due to a buildup of fluid in the upper airway also due to decreased consciousness.
This condition must be treated immediately to prevent more severe oxygenation disorders which can affect various other organ functions so that it will aggravate the patient's current condition. We recommend that you do further consultation with a doctor to get adequate treatment.
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