Seeking immediate medical care is critical in stroke to prevent debilitating life conditions such as loss of speech and inability to write and run. When it strikes, they should attend it within three hours to save the life. But for doctors to evaluate the reason and administer the treatment, the patient must reach the hospital within 60 minutes.
Anupama Hospitals, the nearest hospital in the center of Kukatpally, is reachable by road easily. Experienced doctors in the critical care department are available round the clock to save your precious life in critical moments. A CT scan or MRI helps doctors determine whether the stroke is because of a clot or bleeding inside the brain. They administer the medication immediately that can melt the blood clot, stop the bleeding inside the brain. Sometimes the patient might need to undergo brain surgery.
Unlike a heart attack, a stroke may not disable the person completely during the attack but can damage the brain nerves, putting the person at risk of organ failure in the future. For example, a person can have symptoms like trouble walking and numbness in part of the body that may not be giving disabling pain because he might put off a hospital visit.