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Back injured and swollen. Blood clotting. Have high fever. Will citistar help?

my father 75+ years of age, fell down back side. Still he was fine except a swelling on the impacted area of head which was subsiding gradually. He was normal in his activities. After 2 weeks on family pressure he consulted a neuro surgeon. CT scan was done and as per the report he said blood clotting. He administered following medicine: 1. Citistar 500 + c-toin 100 (1 each after the breakfast) 2. Citistar 500 (1 no.) + c-toin 100 (2 nos.) after the dinner. Sadly after taking medicine his health started deteriorating, became extremely weak barely could stand up, high fever and now he is in ICU . Please suggest.
Asked On : Thu, 11 Oct 2012
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Any head injury with aged person should never neglected.
You might have attend the doctor at the time of injury might not have this problem.
Continue the treatment and remain in follow up with your treating doctor.
Ok and take care.
Answered: Thu, 19 Sep 2013
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