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Remedies For Unconsciousness
What do you suggest if my sister has high BP and diabetics and last summer she fell unconscious. after so much treatment, she is stil?
See specialist: as current MD should have been successful by now, IF YOUR SISTER HAS BEEN FOLLOWING MDs instructions/ medications ...Read more
Enceplopathy- hospitalised, ammonia 99, after 3 days n 3 motions ammonia 88, still unconscious,giving rifagut and lactulose. is this correct treatment?
Dangerous: It may not be painful, but it is very dangerous. ...Read more
Unconsciousness: Unless there is a witness to the loss of consciousness, then the evaluation of unexplained loss of conscious is the same -- to R/O potential etiologies - cardiac and neurological. In general, syncope is caused by cardiac events in 80% of the time, neurological events in 10% of the time and 10% is unknown. Need to see your physician for the evaluation. ...Read more
Hi, yesterday my wife felt unconscious and after that she lost her vision. after 20 mins she got vision but blurry and double. i am very scared, ?
Rectangle/square: When one faints , they become unconscious (not responsive to their surroundings) usually temporarily. When one is unconscious, they may remain so for seconds, minutes or a prolonged period of time. ...Read more
Unconsciousness: Falling unconscious most often happens as a faint. The most common cause of faint is what is called a "vasovagal" reaction in which fright, pain, disgust, horror, or other stimulus triggers the vagus nerve to lower your heart rate until your blood pressure drops too low to maintain normal cerebral consciousness. The other major cause of fainting is just low blood pressure, eg., dehydration, etc. ...Read more
Depends on cause: Fainting is usually caused by a sudden drop in blood pressure, often from suddenly standing or sitting up. Isometimes, a strong stimulus can cause the autonomic nervous system to over-react, lowering the blood pressure. The best treatment for fainting is usually to lie the person down and raise their feet. Going unconscious can be from very many reasons and each cause has a different treatment. ...Read more
Depends: It isn't the fall. It's the sudden stop! it doesn't matter why you fall, it matters where you fall and how you land. A person in an active seizure is more likely to get injured if their muscles are already vigorously contracting since the joints won't yield as much when the body meets resistance. ...Read more
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