Handling Of Cerebral Blood Vessel Rupture?
want to ask, Last night my father had a stroke causing a broken blood vessel in the brain, said the doctor as many as 100 ml of blood that had come out of the brain, had wanted to be operated on because my father’s condition dropped the doctor did not want surgery because of the many risks, could my father recover? 🙁
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Hemorrhagic stroke is a state of paralysis that occurs due to rupture of blood vessels in the brain, because of the rupture there is a part of the brain that does not receive oxygen and nutrients. This is related to several risk factors that occur such as high blood pressure, increased pressure on the brain area, severe head injury, brain blood vessel disorders. Symptoms experienced are severe headache, nausea, vomiting, decreased consciousness, convulsions, paralysis on one side of the body, damage to facial nerves such as difficulty speaking, difficulty swallowing, impaired vision.
Bleeding in the brain due to stroke can be divided into several types. The most common is bleeding in the interior of the brain (intracerebral) and bleeding in the surrounding layers (subarachnoid). Location, amount of bleeding, area of cell death, cause, severity will affect the repair and recovery of a person.
The diagnosis is made based on physical examination, especially neurological and to determine whether the type of bleeding or blockage must be further investigated with imaging, this is very important because the treatment will be different.
In hemorrhagic stroke for emergency treatment is to reduce blood pressure that is too high, the class of calcium antagonists to prevent bleeding worse, giving anti-seizures when there are seizures. Patients will be treated intensively to see the progress of the disease. In the case of too much bleeding, ie volume> 30 cc, surgery is indicated, but depends on the location of the bleeding, the severity, and the general condition of the patient. Preparation of the operation is necessary in the optimal condition of the patient because it requires a total anesthesia procedure. For further consultation can be with a neurologist.
Further information can be read in the following article: stroke
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