Left Hand Limp And Tingling After Debridement?
Morning, my father finished debridement surgery on his left leg, then now why does his left hand continue to be limp like tingling and limp there is no calm at all that’s why thank you
Debridement is a medical procedure to remove dead body tissue and / or foreign objects attached to the body, because if the foreign object or dead tissue is left alone it can cause infection or the healing process becomes obstructed.
In general, debridement action will not cause side effects, while new complaints appear after the procedure is most likely caused by infection or because the injury or tissue damage has been quite severe.
On the other hand, the use of local anesthetics or general anesthesia can cause such reactions
Itching sensation Stinging or stabbing sensation Skin becomes red and or swollen Blood pressure decreases Loss of consciousness / fainting Seizures
So it is necessary to carry out further studies to ascertain what is the real factor causing the complaints of weakness and tingling. For example, a tingling sensation can occur in conditions of nerve compression (pinched nerves), disruption of blood flow to the tingling tissue, diabetes (especially those that are not well controlled), hormonal balance disorders, multiple sclerosis, the effects of drugs (especially seizure drugs, cancer drugs), to poisoning with dangerous substances such as mercury, lead, arensic, etc. In addition, those who lack vitamin B 12 intake can also experience tingling sensations.
Her father and daughter are expected to return to the doctor for control, so that a medical examination can be carried out to find the root cause of the complaint, so that appropriate treatment can be planned according to the source of the problem.
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