Why After An Accident Of 7 Months Can Not Move The Right Hand And Foot?
I want to ask, 7 months ago my sister was in a motorcycle accident so there was bleeding on the left head, the operation and treatment process was over 2 months ago but why did my sister fail to move her right hand and leg ?? r nThere is any further treatment so that my brother’s hands and feet function back to normal ??
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The brain is in a closed cavity in the skull bones. When bleeding occurs, the brain can be depressed by the volume of blood, so the brain can experience damage. In addition, pressure due to blood can also cause the brain to press on the brain stem. The brain stem is an important part of regulating respiratory function and heart rate. If the brain stem is damaged, the person will die. Therefore, if there is bleeding in the head, surgery is needed as soon as possible to prevent this. The main purpose of surgery is to prevent death, not prevent disability in patients.
If the bleeding comes from blood vessels in the brain, parts of the brain will suffer damage due to lack of blood flow and over time the brain tissue will die, so it does not function properly. The brain is the highest regulator of our body. If there is a brain tissue that dies, the part that is governed by that part of the brain will be disrupted, such as difficulty swallowing, memory problems, behavior changes, and paralysis of the arm or leg. Paralysis usually occurs alongside, in contrast to the area that is bleeding. This paralysis can be reduced with physiotherapy well. You should consult with the doctor who treats your younger sibling, what actions your younger sibling should take to improve his condition. Keep consuming the medicine given in accordance with the advice of the doctor and invite him to control it regularly according to the agreement. To avoid recurring similar incidents, use a seat belt while in the car and use a helmet when on a motorcycle or bicycle.
That's all information from me. I hope this helps.