, my father-in-law aged 65 2 days ago suddenly became unconscious and snorted like the old man and when examined by the nurse his tension was 250/140 but when he wanted to go to the hospital and when it was stopped, he whispered he reacted through his body like don’t want to go to the hospital but when whispered again, if he doesn’t want to be young he doesn’t have any movement and is silent differently when he knows when he wants to be told what advice can we do because this is the second stroke attack it’s the first time, OK? has not fully recovered and he has not yet been left still can not move all the way back to the current one and the first he has been living for about 2 years now
Hi Adhitya .. Thank you for the question given.
Stroke is a condition in which the blood supply to the brain is interrupted. This lack of blood troops can be due to a rupture of a blood vessel (hemorrhagic stroke) or due to a blockage (ischemic stroke). From the description you gave your in-laws are more likely to have hemorrhagic strokes. Which is characterized by a sudden decrease in consciousness, loss of body balance, can also be accompanied by nausea, vomiting, severe headaches, seizures, weakness in the hands and feet.
From the condition of your in-laws, it's a good idea to immediately bring your in-laws to the hospital because you need to get immediate treatment. Immediate treatment must be done because the lack of blood supply to the brain can result in the death of brain cells, a decrease in consciousness, besides that, the breath like snoring indicates a blockage in the airway, high blood pressure also needs to be treated. By bringing your in-laws to the hospital, the neurologist can perform a physical examination directly and can be supported by blood checks, heart records, X-rays, and CT scans.
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