Keywords: cerebral hemorrhage

    Cerebral hemorrhage refers to bleeding in non-traumatic brain parenchyma.
        First, the history
        (A) the incidence of many in hypertensive patients over the age of 50.
        (B) often onset activities, incentives and more to the emotional and overworked.
        Second, the symptoms
        (A) acute onset, most patients with varying degrees of disturbance of consciousness, accompanied by headache, nausea and vomiting.
        (B) the acute phase of fever, increased peripheral blood leukocytes.
        (C) increased cerebrospinal fluid pressure, Blood.
        (D) According to the bleeding site and the signs and symptoms of the nervous system.
        Third, the auxiliary examination
        (A) three conventional.
        (B) blood sugar, urine sugar, blood urea nitrogen.
        (C) of the lumbar puncture (brain pain occurs forbidden).
        (D) The head CT.
        [Treatment main points]
        An acute phase
        (A) to prevent bleeding continues to strengthen care and symptomatic treatment of irritability and convulsions, according to the condition given a sedative and antiepileptic drugs.
        (B) lower blood pressure should be maintained about one 13.3kPa 20-21.3/12.
        (C) reducing intracranial pressure, control of cerebral edema, prevent herniation.
        (4) to prevent complications.
        (E) the necessary surgery.
        Second, the recovery period
        (A) The neurotrophic drugs.
        (B) of the limb functional exercise.