What is bleeding?
The word bleeding (bleeding or hemorrhage) means bleeding out of blood. It is not possible to have bleeding until the kidneys have a crack, or a hole. There are cracks or cracks in the blood valve due to injury or disease. An immediate occurs when an injury is called primary bleeding and after some time of. This is called secondary bleeding.
If the blood is released from the artery, then this threat is called. The color of this is bright red and it is synchronous to the heart’s vibrations. Kalima is red in the blood that flows out of the vein and flows through the wound.
Blood loss can occur in almost any area of the body. Internal bleeding occurs when the blood is released through a damaged blood vessel or organ. External bleeding is when the blood emerges through a break in the skin. Or it also occurs when the blood emerges through the natural opening in the body,
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The most common cause of the brain’s blood pressure is hypertension. Over time, high blood pressure can weaken the walls of the arteries and cause breakage. When this happens, the blood in the brain is caused by the symptoms of a stroke. Other causes of include aneurysm – a weak spot in the artery wall – which then gets out of the balloon and can be open.
Arterial distortions (AVM) are unusual connections between arteries and veins, and are usually present from birth and can later cause brain blood pressure in life. In some cases, people with cancer who spread far away from their basic cancer in their brain (metastatic disease) can develop brain blood pressure in the areas of the brain, where cancer has spread.
Cocaine or drug abuse can weaken blood vessels and bleed in the brain. Some prescription medications can also increase the risk of brain blood pressure.
Hypertension, or hypertension, is often a contributing factor in brain bleeding, which can cause stroke. Other times, the ships just wear out with age. Uncontrolled diabetes can also weaken blood vessels, especially in the eyes; It is called Retinopathy (RATE-I-NOP-A-U). The use of medicines affecting blood clots including aspirin may be more likely to cause bleeding.
Although the headache is often associated with bleeding in the brain, it does not always exist. Often, the symptoms associated with brain are dependent on the particular area of the brain. This is in the part of the brain associated with the vision, then there may be problems in seeing the problems. Problems with balance and coordination, weakness, mist, or sudden seizure may occur on one side.
For many people the speech center is located on the left side of the brain and bleeding in this area can lead to speech disturbances.
Alternatively, symptoms can grow slowly in many hours or even days.
A person can bleed for five minutes in death. Before the arrival of emergency personnel, the bandstanders may be able to save lives.
Stop The Bleed is a national campaign that teaches people to stop. In large-scale accidents, people have died of blood loss, even if their wounds are not fatal.
Patients with bleeding inside the brain should be monitored very closely. Initial treatment involves stabilizing blood pressure and breathing. A breathing aid machine (ventilator) may be required to ensure sufficient oxygen supply to the brain and other organs. Intravenous access is necessary to provide fluid and medicines to the patient, especially if the person is unconscious. Sometimes the need for special monitoring of the heart rhythm, blood oxygen level, or pressure inside the scalp.
Different drugs can be used to reduce swelling in the area of blood pressure, to keep blood pressure at optimum level and to prevent seizure. If a patient wakes up, pain medication may be required.
The first goal in the treatment of blood pressure is bleeding. Due to tearing of trauma or blood vessels, hemorrhage can be treated with clamping or repair of tears by surgery. Due to high blood pressure, the treatment of hemorrhoids as a result of vessel leakage can be done with medicines to reduce blood pressure, prevent vessel dizziness and reduce pain.
There are also some medical conditions that can cause bleeding. Hemorrhage is less common than painful bleeding due to a medical condition.
Conditions that cause include:
4. Menorrhagia, heavy or prolonged menstrual
5. Thrombocytopenia, low blood platelet count
Some medicines can increase this probabilities, or even cause. When you first write medicine, your doctor will warn you about it. And they will tell you what to do if there is.
Drugs responsible for include:
1. Blood Thin Drugs
2. Antibiotics, when used on long-term basis
3. Radiation Therapy