The old man at home has a crooked tongue and can't speak. He was sent to the hospital for examination. Can the doctor help me see if it's serious? Don't do surgery? The treatment method is
Hello, cerebral infarction is mostly treated with drugs. Whether it is serious depends on the area. The second is the location of cerebral infarction. If you haven't taken cerebral infarction drugs before, it's best to give aspirin or clopidogrel 300mg in the early stage. At the same time, pantoprazole prevents gastrointestinal bleeding, statins and rehydration. As long as there is no cerebral hernia, surgery is generally not required.
From the imaging point of view, the diagnosis of cerebral infarction is clear. It is located in the left basal ganglia and has severe stenosis of the great artery. Treatment includes anti platelet aggregation, such as aspirin and statins, and stable plaque, such as statins. Pay attention to control blood pressure and blood sugar.
Hello, according to the situation described by you and the examination results, it should not need surgery and can be treated conservatively. Now we mainly need to use some drugs to promote blood circulation, dredge collaterals and remove blood stasis, some drugs to expand blood vessels, soften blood vessels, reduce blood lipids and thrombolytic drugs. If the blood vessel blockage is serious, we can also consider surgical intervention for conditioning.