Treatment Of Hydrocephalus In Children?
,,, r nI have a question? When my child was operating at the Fatmawati Hospital in Jakarta, then a month after the operation I moved u0026amp; living in Subang Jwa Baratt can my child control my child’s condition in any hospital other than Fatmawati hospital because if the Fatmawati hospital is too far because of the economic factor too, I ask for a solution? Can my child be controlled in any hospital as long as it is specifically for the nerves?
In the process of treating a disease, routine control is usually necessary, including after surgery. This is needed to monitor the patient's condition and progress, as well as evaluate the results of treatment and possible risks that may occur during the therapy process.
In this process, there will be a record of the patient's history from the start of therapy to the last condition and the therapy that has been done. In your case, surgery on hydrocephalus is one thing that requires a detailed history so that later the therapy process can be optimal.
If you have problems, you can consult with the doctor who has treated your child whether it can be transferred to another place or not. Because basically it is your doctor who understands how your child is and what steps will be taken next. If indeed the follow-up therapy can be done in another place, the doctor may give a transfer of treatment to another place that can be discussed together. But it could also be due to various reasons such as the availability of drugs, tools and others, treatment is still needed at the same place. So, it's a good idea to consult and discuss with the doctor who treats your child before taking any other action.
I hope this helps.