Journal of Hematology & Thromboembolic Diseases

Journal of Hematology & Thromboembolic Diseases
Open Access

ISSN: 2329-8790

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Jaya Nagrale

Department of Nursing, Florence Nightingale training college of nursing Data meghe Institute of Medical Sciences (DU) Sawangi (m), Wardha, India

  • Case Report   
    Acute Non-Haemorrhagic Contusion: A Case ReporT
    Author(s): Jaya Nagrale*

    Introduction: The most common type of brain injury is traumatic brain injury (TBI). Severe of all traumatic wounds, typically keeping physical, cognitive, behavioral, and emotional deficits. TBI is estimated to cost $60 billion a year including medical care in the United States expenses and lost productivity costs making it one of the cost healthcare expenses. To begin, we’ll go at the theory, which states that a latent or explicit coagulopathy causes bleeding from micro vessels that were fractured during the primary injury may continue or be delayed. Main symptoms and the important clinical findings: A male patient was admitted to Acharya Vinoba Bhave rural hospital on dated 17-07-2021 with the chief complaint of sudden paralysis in Rt ul and LL since 11/7/2021 exact time not know H/O RTA 9 years back with head trauma. After a physical examination and investigation, the doctor .. Read More»

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