The Body Shakes Without Control Which Results In Death?
Hello, my father is 59 years old, he is a smoker and has a hobby of drinking tea every day, late he just died on June 1, kmrn with such a fast process. On May 23, my father experienced dizziness and since the beginning of the month of May I have a regular breath, aka wheezing breath, on the 23rd when I check, it turns out that my father has high blood pressure. From January to May, indeed my father often went back and forth jogja-tangerang for family needs by hitting buses between provinces, possibly experiencing fatigue. On the 31st of the morning, all of my father’s limbs vibrate uncontrollably with strong vibrations in the arms of the abdomen, which makes it difficult to stand up due to lack of balance. My father’s condition dropped even more, that night the doctor decided to enter the ICU and my life was saved. Until now, my family and I do not understand the cause of my father’s death. Please inform
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A history of pain experienced by your father at age 59 with high blood pressure and trembling may be related to a disturbance in the central nervous system that causes the risk of death of the patient in a sudden attack. However, this needs to be confirmed directly by the treating doctor based on the death certificate issued by the hospital or based on information from the doctor treating your father.
Direct information from the treating doctor is needed, because the person who knows your father's condition and the results obtained during the treatment period is the doctor who treats your father. So that all matters relating to medical information relating to your father's medical condition are known directly by the doctor who treats your father.
Apart from the possibility of interference with the central nervous system, such as stroke, several other conditions can also trigger sudden death, such as:
1. heart attack
2. respiratory failure due to pulmonary disorders
3. damage to target organs due to high blood pressure
Because none of this can be confirmed without direct medical information and examination, returning to the hospital where your father was being treated will help find out the cause of your father's death. And furthermore, this information can help your family to maintain health conditions against the same risk of disease.
Thus the info we can convey.