A 65-year-old man with a traumatic brain injury causing bidirectional loss of speech and inability to express where he was having difficulty.A day ago, he was acting normally, but when he woke up in the morning, he noticed that his face was swollen (a cyst in his mouth), his heart rate was around 113, and he showed weakness in his legs and shortness of breath and blushing with the slightest movement.What kind of disease could this be?How can I treat it?
According to your situation, it is possible that the elderly are older, possibly because of heart problems, this is generally possible to appear swollen face, the specific case, it is best to take him to the hospital for examination, need to be based on the situation to the symptomatic treatment of medication.
This situation is the sequelae of traumatic brain injury.The sequelae are not easy to treat after a long time. The cysts in the mouth are benign and can be treated by minor surgery.Patients should not eat spicy and greasy foods during the recovery period to avoid aggravating the cysts.
Hello, the elderly in this situation is the need to go to the hospital to do the relevant examination to see the situation, is that there is this own home can not control the situation, we must let the patient go to the hospital to receive a checkup, which has a certain impact on the life of the elderly
How long has your elderly person had a traumatic brain injury?Do people of this age have any underlying diseases?Even if there is no underlying disease, other diseases may gradually appear after traumatic brain injury, such as coronary heart disease, pulmonary heart disease, myocardial infarction, heart failure, etc. due to the gradual deterioration of blood clotting function.So for safety's sake it is best to go to the hospital to check.Figure out the cause before further treatment.