PARALYSIS & STROKE
Paralysis is a loss of muscle function in part of your body. It can be localized or generalized, partial or complete, and temporary or permanent. Paralysis can affect any part of your body at any time in your life. If you experience it, you probably won’t feel pain in the affected areas.
A treatment plan and outlook for the condition will depend on the underlying cause of paralysis, as well as symptoms experienced. Technological innovations and therapeutic interventions may help you maintain your independence and quality of life.
A stroke, also known as a cerebrovascular accident or CVA is when part of the brain loses its blood supply and the part of the body that the blood-deprived brain cells control stops working. This loss of blood supply can be ischemic because of lack of blood flow, or hemorrhagic because of bleeding into brain tissue. A stroke is a medical emergency because strokes can lead to death or permanent disability. There are opportunities to treat ischemic strokes but that treatment needs to be started in the first few hours after the signs of a stroke begin.
Specific symptoms of stroke are sudden facial deviation one side arm or leg wekness, imbalance, double vision, headache and vomiting.
If patients should reach to hospital in 4.5 hours which is golden hour so that doctors can give clit busture injection called tPA (tissue plasminogen activator) and can dissolve the clot blocking artery so that patient recovery is faster.
Clot can be removed from artery by advance Technology called mechanical thrombectomy by interventional neurologist of patient reach hospital in 6he of stroke symptoms onset.
Other treatments included blood thinners Medicines,BP control and physiotherapy.