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Howlong does atrial fibrilation need to last to be at risk of stroke?
Hi, the Atrial fibrillation should last more than forty eight hours, to increase the risk of stroke.
How serious is a (TIA)?
TIA (transient ischemic attack) could be mild, moderate or severe. Mild and moderate may not present with serious symptoms of stroke but severe could be a stroke. So the severity of the TIA will boil down to giving a stroke. The condition on its own usually have symptoms that disappear after a short while. It is a risk factor of stroke.
My mother is a post-stroke patient on a vegetative condition. She has been wearing tracheotomy since. Howlong 1set of tracheotomy can be used? Thanks.
Thanks for the query
I am sorry to hear about your mother. Tracheostomy is a good option to protect the airways especially if the patient is not conscious and responsive
The first plastic tube depending on the secretions is changed 3-7 days.
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