How To Deal With Blood Clots Outside The Skull?
my 5-year-old sister had fallen from a 3.5m tall keres tree from the result of the scen there was a brain freeze outside the skull and was told to stay overnight but economically we refused according to the doctor is there an alternative way to cure the blood clots
Since the title of your question is different from the contents of your question, I assume that the bleeding is outside the skull, if it turns out it is not begging to make a question with the appropriate content so that we can provide advice in accordance with the conditions experienced by your sister.
Bleeding outside the skull can occur due to various things. This condition can be seen clearly (as swollen, lump or, generally due to a large amount of blood accumulation) or unclear. Medically, this is also referred to as hematoma. Hematoma is a condition where there is an abnormal buildup of blood caused by damage to blood vessels so that blood can fill the surrounding tissue. This condition can occur in any part of the body and can amount to more than one.
Hematomas that occur outside the skull are generally not dangerous, however hematomas can occur together with other more serious medical conditions because most hematomas outside the skull are related to a history of physical trauma so that the hematoma may occur accompanied by head injuries or brain disorders.
If there is a condition mentioned above, it is highly recommended to do hospitalization to ensure the condition of your sister, hospitalization will also greatly facilitate further treatment if necessary. However, if costs are constrained then your younger sibling should use health insurance such as BPJS to help reduce costs. If there is no other choice then you should discuss with the doctor who treats your sister in order to get a detailed explanation of your sister's condition and things that can be done to avoid various conditions that can arise if your sister is not treated.
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