Overcoming Memory Loss After An Accident?
hello doctor, my father has an accident for more than 4 months, but until now he x knows who r nd eats x, it is possible to just share milk from hidyng r ncakap oun not to mention why doctor ..
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Memory loss, inability to speak, and difficulty chewing can be caused by a part of the brain that is damaged due to a history of head injury, bleeding in the brain, stroke, tumors / lumps in the brain, the aging process, and the influence of drugs. When any part of the brain is affected, a person can experience disruption in their activities, depending on which part of the brain is affected. In addition, difficulty eating and being unable to speak can also be affected by disorders of the nerves and muscles that regulate eating and speech. These disorders can be caused directly by an injury that has been experienced, or due to other causes such as lumps / tumors, nerve damage due to autoimmune diseases (for example, Guillian Barre Syndrome, Myasthenia Gravis, etc.), due to degenerative processes (aging) such as Parkinson's, and so on. .
To determine the exact cause, a direct examination by a doctor is needed, data collection related to the history of symptoms, and supporting examinations such as blood tests, CT scans, and MRI. The doctor will provide therapy according to the patient's condition and the cause. Therapy in neurological diseases can be in the form of causative therapy (to eliminate the cause), to control the symptoms that occur, and therapy to save the remaining nerve function. In addition, physiotherapy may also be needed to train the function of nerves and muscles in order to carry out daily activities. Consult your doctor about the right therapy for your father. Routine control and regular consumption of medicines from doctors can help reduce the severity of symptoms.
Feeding through a nasal tube must be careful and replace the tube according to the doctor's instructions. If the patient has difficulty breathing, is weak, unconscious, paralyzed, immediately go to the doctor for appropriate therapy.
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