Brain bleeding; Brain hemorrhage; Stroke - hemorrhagic
Treatment includes life-saving measures, relieving symptoms, repairing the cause of the bleeding, preventing complications, and starting rehabilitation as soon as possible. Recovery may occur over time as other areas of the brain take over functioning for the damaged areas.
Treatment is ideally administered in an intensive care unit, where complications can immediately be detected....Read more
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