Handling In Stroke Patients Who Are Unconscious.?
want to ask. my mother had a stroke then today I massage / massage, massaged for about 45 minutes his condition was unconscious. blood pressure 70, what steps should I do. thanks in advance
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Stroke is a condition in which the disruption of blood supply to the brain due to blockages in blood vessels or bleeding due to rupture of blood vessels around brain tissue. Disruption of blood supply to brain tissue can interfere with the function of the brain to regulate certain body parts. Some symptoms that can be experienced by stroke sufferers include:
Loss of consciousness.
Loss of motor skills in certain body parts.
Talk pelo or talk becomes unclear.
Sudden fall or weakness in certain body parts.
Sudden, severe headache.
Feeling nauseous and vomiting.
Impaired balance and coordination.
The symptoms that occur can differ depending on the stroke condition that you are experiencing. Stroke that is clogged can cause weakness in certain parts of the face / body. Stroke that is bleeding / rupture of blood vessels can cause a decrease in consciousness. If indeed the symptoms of stroke are mentioned, as happened to your mother where there was a decrease in consciousness / unconsciousness, you should immediately take it to the nearest hospital emergency room for further examination and management.
To control patients with stroke, you can consult a neurologist for maintenance of the condition and further management. Can be done to maintain diet and life, handle comorbidities (if any) such as hypertension and diabetes, carry out routine physical activity according to ability, and adequate rest. For more information about stroke, you can access this link.
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