Cerebrovascular accident (stroke)
Cerebrovascular accidents include: cerebral hemorrhage, subarachnoid hemorrhage, cerebral thrombosis, cerebral embolism.
Symptoms: sudden onset, may have dizziness, headache, vomiting, aphasia, salivation, skewed mouth and half-length paralysis, severe cases may have a coma, second incontinence.
Self-help measures: lying on the ground, do not move, for moving should be smooth lift;
Remove the denture, clean the oral foreign body, keep the airway open. Ice pack or cold towel placed on the patient's forehead, in order to reduce intracranial pressure, pay attention to keep warm;
Monitoring pupils, respiration, pulse, blood pressure and other life indicators, the best conditions of oxygen;
Emergency call 120.
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