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How can I make bedridden patient to walk again ?

MY DAD WAS INJURED BADLY AFTER BRUTALLY beaten in afghanistan.was in coma revived but became psychotic about 15yrs back since then was on antipsychotics ,recovered quite well. But some 2yrs back fell in fractured neck of femur.under went surgery ,prosthesis tried but not successful hence removed a year back .Hence for last 2yrs he is bedridden n emaciated.coughs a lot with sputum.cant eat can i make him walk again
Asked On : Fri, 17 Sep 2010
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Anesthesiologist 's  Response
Hi Kanjum,
First i appreciate for taking care of your dad, secondly your dad is having chronic lung infection with collapse of part of lung due to chronic inactivity so he needs proper physiotheraphy, secondly improve his nutrition with proteine rich food,
after this either you can slowly mibilze asking him to walk with supprt. or re surgery can be done to do austhin moor prosthesis or other surgery. consult orthopedician for further treatment
take care
Answered: Sat, 1 Oct 2011
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I am taking care of a patient which his family is dying to see him walk again. He's been bed ridden for a yr now and they are trying to find someone who is willing to help if you could let me know how you got your dad to walk for being bed ridden I would really appreciate it very much. I want to see this families dream come true. No one that they seem to go to wants to help. Thank you for reading this you could email me back at
Answered: Wed, 5 Jan 2011
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