He hit his head 3 months ago, he realized he had a brain hemorrhage when he went to the doctor

According to the information obtained, Kerim Akgül (62), the father of a child living in the Ovacık district of Tunceli, hit his head on the lintel of the door three months ago. After that, Akgül, going about her daily life, began to lose her balance and focus. Akgül then reported to the hospital. The examinations showed that Akgül had a cerebral hemorrhage. After that, Akgül came to a private hospital in Elazig and became a specialist in neurosurgery Op. dr. He met Mehmet Koparan. After the examinations here, the patient was taken to brain surgery with clear consciousness. As a result of the successful operation, Akgül regained his health. Akgül said that he did not take anesthesia and felt the operation to the end, saying that he had not experienced intensive care and that this is a great advantage.

“I felt the operation one-on-one until the end”

Kerim Akgül said that he hit his head on the upper threshold of the door and said, “My height was a little short on the long threshold. But in the past week there was a loss of balance. I couldn’t concentrate on anything. I said it would be best to come to the doctor and I asked them, they told me about the Mehmet teacher. It never occurred to me that I would have a brain hemorrhage. I haven’t been feeling well lately. It never knocked me out. I felt the operation one-on-one to the end. This is the bigger benefit. Because I would stay in intensive care after the anesthesia. It was a big problem,” he said.

“The patient could talk to us at any stage of the operation if he wanted to”

Claiming that the patient from Tunceli, Op. Dr Mehmet Koparan said: ‘It came as a result of a call from the doctor there. There was a cerebral hemorrhage after hitting his head 3 months ago and loss of strength on the left side that came about as a result. We’ve numbed the area. We drilled a hole in the skull bone in the front and one in the back. We reached the cerebral cortex and opened it. After seeing the inside of the brain, we washed the inside with serum. We washed the blood and let the blood come out completely from the holes. As we do this, our only observation is whether the brain goes up. If the brain doesn’t go up, our operation won’t be successful. When we looked, we saw it going up. We completed the operation without any problems. At every stage of the operation, the patient could talk to us if he wanted to. As soon as the patient turned to one side, we told him to lie down on the old side of the turn and the patient could obey this command. If we want, we can talk to the patient in any way we can during the operation,” he said.

In a message to families and doctors, Dr. Koparan said: “We should definitely look for normal pressure hydrocephalus, which occurs with chronic subdural hematoma and the resulting impairment of cerebral water circulation, in many patients with gait impairment, cognitive impairment and forgetfulness. If we don’t call, the patient will and his family are devastated for the rest of their lives. Something that can be arranged with a very small transaction remains far from solved.”

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