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HAEMORRHAGIC CONTUSION

A 24 years old female patient, complaining with pain at left parietal and left temporal region, nausea with vomiting continue. Patient is semi- consciousness. O/E BP 120/70mmHg Pulse 102bpm Spo2 100% Chest B/L clear Abdo. Soft L/S UL Movement normal LL Movement normal What will be the best management.... Please suggest...

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She is admitted in my hospital ICU available Conservative management started by me PPI BSA MANITOL DEXONA PERISET H- CORT now vomiting subside

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Subarchinoid hemorrhage Cerebral oedema is seen Need to manage in ITU

Thanx dr Vipin Bihari Jain
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? HEAD INJURY.. ? CEREBRAL OEDEMA.. ? SUBARACHNOID HEMORRHAGE.. EPIDURAL HEMORRHAGE.. NEED'S. HOSPITALIZATION IN HIGHER CENTERS..

Tnx Dr Vipin Bihari Jain
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? RTA with head injury Hemorrhagic contusion, bilateral, fronto temporal lobes , subarachnoid hemorrhage, , epidural hemorrhage. Semiconscious Vomiting Neurosurgical opinion. Antiedema measures Observation . Guarded prognosis

She is admitted in my hospital ICU available Conservative management started by me PPI BSA MANITOL DEXONA PERISET H- CORT now vomiting subside

SUGGESTIVE. OF HEAD. INJURY WITH. SUB. ARACHNOID HEMORRHAGE EPIDURAL. HEMORRHAGE.. ..MANAGEMENT. ALREADY STARTED... NICELY. MANAGED.... NEEDS. COMPLETE OBSERVATION...

Give Injection Manitol one vial iv bd, Injection Epsolin one amp iv tds, Injection Ceham 250 iv bd, Injection Monocef 1gm iv bd Injection ondem iv sos , o2 inhalation, Maintain Electrolytes,

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Cerebral concussion Sub arachnoid haemorrhage not good sign Opinion of neurosurgeon Admit

This semiconscious with altered behaviour with continuous headache is due to SAH & small EDH. Patient put on conservative treatment under neurosurgeon opinion

vasti chikitsa,sneha pan,and total vat har chikitsa with praval panchmrita,lakshadi gugglu,

BEST MANAGEMENT GIVEN BY YOU DR. MAQUSUD SIR BUT NEED SPECIAL CARE UNDER NEUROSURGEON

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