how is a concussion diagnosed

how is a concussion diagnosed ? A concussion is a serious and dangerous situation. With the disruption of brain activity, it can lead to permanent illness or condition in the body, as well as cause death. In this regard, we need to analyze someone who has suffered a concussion and help him. Applying first aid with conventional methods can sometimes help people, and in some cases the false first aid to be applied is able to cause serious harm to humans.

 

Concussion...

A concussion can occur for physical reasons such as the head being hit, hitting, and taking a hit, psychological trauma may also cause concussion. A person can be unconscious or lose consciousness for long periods of time. Generally speaking of epilepsy or people, epileptic patients, athletes and children are more than a concussion.

The first understanding of the concussion is the place...

We measure the person's cerebral concussion with his level of consciousness. If he has lost consciousness even for a tiny moment, it should be delivered to the hospital as soon as possible, because this loss of consciousness can lead to greater problems. But if the person is unconscious after this little blackout, if he has a problem with his speech and hearing, if he can walk, it's unlikely it's a serious issue.

If you post trauma...

If there is still a dream in a short or long-term and close consciousness, there is a condition of drowsiness, weakness, emerging secondary situations – i.e. nausea, vomiting, dizziness – if any, should be taken urgently to the nearest healthcare institution. Before taking it to the healthcare facility, you must contact an emergency staff and inform the person about the first aid intervention.

 

The patient is definitely...

The patient must be strictly monitored, whether it is a concussion or not. It's not a solution to sniff, shake or hit things. When the patient suffered loss of consciousness, he hit his head anywhere, so he could bleed from the ear or mouth, which is then translated into the blood flow of the patient. For example, if there is an ear bleed, it is deposited on the ear.

 

In any case, when there is a loss of large or small consciousness, it must be applied to the physician.

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