The old man had a sudden cerebral hemorrhage on the 21st and lived in ICU for 11 days. Transferred to the medical ward 3 days ago. Today, the old man knows how to defecate. Then I solved many problems. Is it a good thing
Hello, the old man's family. The old man lived in ICU ward for 11 days because of intracerebral hemorrhage. Now he is transferred to ordinary internal medicine ward. This itself is a sign of improvement, otherwise. The old man can't get out of the ICU ward.
What's more, if your old man now knows how to defecate, this is certainly a sign of improvement. Patients with acute intracerebral hemorrhage not only lose consciousness, but also have second fecal incontinence. Now the old man knows how to defecate, which is a sign of improvement.
The course of intracerebral hemorrhage is about three to four weeks, and the condition will get better and better over time. In fact, when in ICU, the doctor will also promote gastrointestinal function and defecation through drug drainage. It must be a good thing, but family members should pay attention to constipation. If there is no stool for three days, they need to intervene
If the patients with intracerebral hemorrhage can defecate autonomously and transfer from ICU to general ward, it indicates that the condition is alleviated. However, the patients are currently elderly and have acute intracerebral hemorrhage at the same time, and the condition may change at any time. If they stay in bed for a long time, it is likely to lead to bedsore or lung infection, so it is the most critical to strengthen nursing