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Brain stroak, high blood pressure, cant speak

A man over 50, has simple Stroke Brain and a high pressure , he is in the hospital, he can move his two legs and the left hand and move the right hand little but he can t speak.the pressure not constant. after 4 days in hospital he is now sleeping since wednesday. today is the 7 day in hospital. doctors says they give him the medicine that any hospital will do.
Asked On : Mon, 14 May 2012
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Hello, I do realise the difficulties the person is going through. Since the pressure is not stable it is always advisable to keep him in hospital few days more. One EEG (electro encephalograph) study could be performed to study about his mental status like stress while he is sleeping. Since he is not able to speak and express EEG may be helpful in this. Accordingly management can be modified. Positive attitude, enrich environment and refreshing ambient around him along with good rehabiliation protocol is vital for his recovery. Have some patience and give some time for the recovery. Wish him a good health soon....
Answered: Wed, 23 May 2012
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