Can stroke patients recover completely?

Can stroke patients recover completely?

Stroke is one of the most dreaded diseases. Can stroke sufferers recover completely or is this a dangerous disease?

Zicky Yombana, a neurologist at Brawijaya Saharjo Hospital, said stroke victims can recover and lead a normal life. However, there are many factors that cause a patient to die.

“The result is different, it comes back right or leaves, it’s different. [Ada faktor] that made a difference,” Zicky said when contacted, Tuesday (6/9).

The following events confirm the recovery of stroke victims.

1. Place of stroke

Where did the stroke occur? Strokes can occur in parts of the cerebrum or brain. If it occurs in the brain, the size of the load is greater than the stroke in the brain region.

Zicky added that “small strokes in the main part of the brain are harmless. But even a small stroke in the brain, the consequences can be serious.”

2. Place of stroke

Both ischemic stroke and stroke or stroke, the more the stroke, the more likely the severity.

3. Type of stroke

There are two types of stroke, ischemic stroke and hemorrhagic (hemorrhagic) stroke. An ischemic stroke is caused by a blockage of the blood vessels, while a stroke is caused by a stroke in which blood clots in the tissue in the brain.

Zicky explained that if a patient has a stroke in a safe place and receives proper surgical care, the chances of getting better or returning to normal are high. While ischemic stroke is usually not treated with surgery. Patients are given medication to treat the blockage and recovery can be slow.

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“The blood clot is broken. [darah merembes], there is a blood clot outside the plane. Like a leaky pipe, there is a leak, the leak is cleaned up, cleaned, the pipe is made again. If the pot is blocked, who is blocking it?” He explained.

4. Problems

The recovery of stroke patients is also related to complications or other pre-existing diseases. Zicky said that if a stroke is associated with high blood pressure, recovery will be faster than strokes associated with high blood pressure, diabetes and high cholesterol.

5. Administration

The speed and accuracy of stroke treatment determines whether the patient can recover or not. Ischemic stroke treated in less than 4.5 hours can recover and the patient can lead a normal life.

“If it’s a major stroke, the area where the bleeding is so bad that the blood pressures the drain, the blood pressure is high, the treatment is delayed, the surgery is not done, and there are lung problems, so eventually this is deal. organ failure,” he said.

What causes a stroke?

In general, there are many causes of blood clots. Zicky said that there are generally two causes of stroke, namely, lifestyle and aneurysm.

Lifestyle factors that can cause a stroke include alcohol consumption and over-the-counter medications, such as over-the-counter pain relievers.

He added, “This kind of lifestyle causes damage to the blood vessels so that the blood vessels are prone to rupture.”

The second reason is aneurysms or the disease of the vascular system since birth. Zicky said that this artery is like a time bomb because it does not cause any symptoms until the blood vessel bursts.

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People with aneurysms may experience swelling or rupture of blood vessels. If the blood vessel is like a balloon, the longer the balloon heats up, the stronger it will be and the more likely it will burst.

Because it does not cause any symptoms, it is highly recommended to check. You need to visit a neurologist to be examined with CTA (Computed Tomography Angiography) and MRA (Magnetic Resonance Angiography).

“Unfortunately in Indonesia, brain tests are not popular. It is good if you are over 30 years old, get a brain test. Talk to a neurologist. [agar nanti dilakukan] ultrasound of cerebral vessels, CTA, MRA. That is to find someone who knows, God forbid, there is a disease that has not exploded and can be fixed,” he said.


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