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Brain haemmorhage,cva,
Had Brain haemorrhage on 24 July ,severe chest infection, gc poor, presently tracheostomy done. On 24/7 oxygen @6ltrs. BP 110/70,PULSE 90,SPO2 - 98%,. Rx, inj linid bd, inj taxim 1gm bd, nebulization, suction, Response to verbal command, Lt hand mobility is there, presently out of ventilator, for feeding ryles tube. Presently over a period of time brain haemorrhage has subside,. Please suggest for further management of patient.
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Dr. Venkat Raghav
General Physician 4 yrs exp Bangalore
Hello.... She had cerebrovascular accident and she is recovering from that, that's a good sign ,her vitals are normal ..But still she is in ventilator one cannot predict how she adjust after removal of ventilation.. Possibility can only be predicted after restoration of normal breathing. Usual interstitial pneumonia (UIP) is a form of lung disease characterized by progressive scarring of both lungs.Her right lung has shrunken already. Progression of uip can lead to respiratory failure.
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