Case Study on Young Stroke Right Ataxic Hemiparesis with Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus

Shaik Kulsumbi, Syed Sabiha Sultana, Yalla Divya Chowdary, Hareesh Uppara, Pranathi R
2020 International Journal of Pharmaceutical Research and Life Sciences  
Etiology in nearly half of the cases can contribute to small-vessel disease. Sensory loss accurately predicts a capsular localization. Etiology in nearly half of the cases can be attributed to small-vessel disease. Furthermore, ataxic hemiparesis appears to be an important marker for generalized asymptomatic cerebrovascular disease. The treatment plan for patient included the prescription of drugs like Tab Ecosprin 150 mg OD, Tab Atocor 40 mg OD, Tab Flutop, Tab Cerecetam 800 mg, Tab Homani LS
more » ... mg, Tab Homani LS OD, Tab Pantop 40 mg OD, Human mixtard 30/70 25 units morning and 15 units bedtime which were completely abiding the guidelines as well as maintained the need for the betterment of patient's condition. For such critical medical condition, proper treatment is what can improve the patient's condition and add years to survival, and here, in this case, the same was implemented. This case had immediate hospital admission, followed by proper treatment and counselling and thus lead to the improvement of the condition. Proper treatment avoided further damages which are quite certain in conditions like Ataxic hemiparesis. However, further, follow-ups are always necessary.
doi:10.26452/ijprls.v8i2.1267 fatcat:n4psjrtw6vg2teepuxju3hw57e