Disease a part of your brain is blocked or

Disease explanation

Cerebrovascular
accident (CVA) with right sided hemiparesis

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Cerebrovascular
accident (CVA) is the medical term for a stroke. Its Happen when blood flow to
a part of your brain is blocked or stopped  either by the rupture of a blood vessel or a
blockage. Furthermore,
Hemiparesis refers to
one-sided (‘hemi’) weakness (‘paresis’) The words ‘hemiplegia’ and ‘hemiparesis’
are used next to each other in practice. In fact, ‘plegia’ means complete
paralysis and ‘paresis’ means partial paralysis. Hence, CVA with right sided
hemiparesis can simply define as stroke on the right side of the body

Causes

There are two
major causes of CVA. The first one is, when a blood clot block a blood vessel
and prevent blood from getting to brain regions, whether its happen in embolic
stroke way which occurs when a clot forms somewhere else in your body and gets
lodged in a blood vessel in the brain, or 
in thrombotic stroke, which is when the clot forms in a blood vessel
within the brain in other term Ischemic stroke. The second one is when a blood
vessel damaged or ruptures that will cause block and prevent blood from getting
to part of the brain (Hemorrhagic stroke)

Sign and Symptoms

difficulty walking
dizziness
loss of balance and
coordination
difficulty speaking or understanding
others who are speaking
numbness or paralysis in the
face, leg, or arm, most likely on just one side of the body
blurred or darkened vision
a sudden headache, especially
when accompanied by nausea, vomiting, or dizziness

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Aspiration Pneumonia

Pneumonia
is a lung infection that causes inflammation of the interior part of lung which
is air sacs (alveoli).

Causes

This
infection is commonly caused by viruses, bacteria, fungi, or mycoplasma. Aspiration
Pneumonia, may occurs
when food, liquids, saliva, or vomit is breathed into the lungs or airways
leading to the lungs, instead of being swallowed into the esophagus and stomach,
thus infection occurs within the respiratory tract of the human body

Symptoms

The most
common symptoms of pneumonia include:

·        
Cough

·        
Thick
mucus (phlegm)

·        
Shortness
of breath

·        
Fever

·        
Chest
pain

·        
Muscle
aches

·        
Rapid
heart rate

·        
Confusion.

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