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Medicine For Multi System Trauma
Multiple injuries: The patient has sustained injuries to multiple organs which may include the abdomen, head and bones ...Read more
Different: Er is just for emergencies and stabilize patients until they are routed to appropriate level of care. A trauma center is a hospital has a group of highly trained physicians and surgeons taking care of trauma patients. These include specialties like general surgery, orthopedics, neurosurgery, ENT etc. ...Read more
Intensive support: Usually severe injury leads to multisystem trauma, intensive fluid, blood and respiratory support is immediately required for positive outcome ...Read more
Vague question: Transport to Level I/II Trauma Ctr. ER. Refer Rx to Trauma Surgeon, as well as, follow up care. ...Read more
Can emotional trauma cause autoimmune response in your body? My son has CIDP could emotional trauma have disturbed his system?
No: I cant explain any direct effect of trauma to an end organ like the penis directly on the brain. There may be some psychological after-effect, but not a direct effect. ...Read more
Use common sense: Depends on the cause, really. If sexual, use better lubrication (liberally!), if from hard stools, stool softeners, sitz baths, soothing ointments may help. Gentle wiping always a must, many otc products may be useful. If pain persists, see your doctor to evaluate for more serious problems like a fissure, thrombosis, infection, etc. ...Read more
Can use of a recreational drug cause psychological trauma to someone? I think I have this from a very frightening experience after trying a drug
Yes it can: It depends on the drug, the dose, and certainly your state of mind going into it. There can be extremely frightening experiences with hallucinogens like lsd, peyote, marijuana, psilocybin, etc -- also all stimulants like Cocaine and meth. Some of these are not really "party" drugs but are used that way -- when the experience can be extremely intense and personal. Sometimes flashbacks are ongoing. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have psychological trauma from a recreational drug i tried months ago. It was my first time trying it. Do i get treated the same as a drug abuser?
No!: No, a psychiatrist listens to the problem you're having, and makes the best recommendations s/he can based on what's happening now. Addiction psychiatrists are very familiar with these drugs and their typical syndromes -- perhaps that's why the other psychiatrist who answered you when i did, mentioned "addiction" medicine as a possible help for you. A good psychiatrist will hear & respond to you. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is there a drug that prevents you from dreaming? I don't consciously remember traumas from my early childhood, but I frequently relive them in dreams.
I just realized I have psychological trauma from a extremely frightening experience with a recreational drug. What kind of treatment do I need?
Evaluation 1st: An evaluation of your problem is needed before determining the best treatment -- they're not "one size fits all." best to see a psychiatrist first. Some drugs can trigger psychosis, and it doesn't go away when the drug leaves your system. Medications and/or talk therapy may help; the doctor will be able to suggest once s/he hears about your experience and how things are now for you. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Peyronies: Peyronie's disease usually causes a curvature of the penis and will cause some degree of shortening. The most common medicine we prescribe is colchicine 0.6 mg bid. However, this does take months to notice any improvement. The vacuum device is also helpful. There is now a new injection therapy called Xiaflex (collagenase clostridium histolyticum). There is also surgery as the last option ...Read more
I was in a major car accident and was careflighted to ER trauma, i went to get medical records and saw that underv my drug screen it read on the alcoh?
Any idea why a 34yo f w/ no history of clots, smoking, htn, drugs, oral cont, trauma, recent surg, illness. Has sudden onset n dev 2 pulm emboli at once.
Thrombophilia: It is possible that the patient has a preexisting condition (either inherited or acquired) that makes her at higher risk to develop a clot (thrombophilia) like a pulmonary embolism (pe). Blood tests should be performed in consultation with a hematologist. She does have many risk factors for a clot (smoking, ocp, trauma, surgery, ill), but a pe in a 34 yo is uncommon. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I try to avoid toxic drugs and treatments. What can I try before I go for traditional medical care for nasal trauma?
No drugs needed: Hi, there is no "traditional medical care" for nasal trauma. You either broke the nose badly enough to require surgery at which time you will get drugs for anesthesia purposes or you didn't break anything and only ice packs and reduction in strenuous activity would be indicated. ...Read more
Had a trauma, took lots of medicine last was prednison. 4 mo nothing, can't take a deep breath, cough, lift or sleep without that sharp pain in back. ?
Need more info: It's not possible to give you a definite answer. What you describe could be a herniated disk or a collapsed vertebra. See your doctor for further evaluation. Sometimes traumatic injuries take time to heal, but severe pain shouldn't be ignored. If no injury or problem is found that can be treated, then referral to a pain specialist may help you. Best of luck. ...Read more
Regarding the paradoxal affect of the drug ambein on patients brain trauma. I suffer from a brain injury i would like to know of any clinical trails ?
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