Question: What is the best medicine for TBI?

What are the top 5 medicines for head trauma?

Head Injury MedicationOsmotic diuretics.Anticonvulsants.Electrolytes.Barbiturates.Calcium Channel Blocker.Stimulants.Dopamine agonist.Selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors.More items •Oct 1, 2018

What are the latest treatments for TBI?

Promising drug- or cell-based therapeutic approaches include erythropoietin and its carbamylated form, statins, bone marrow stromal cells, stem cells singularly or in combination or with biomaterials to reduce brain injury via neuroprotection and promote brain remodeling via angiogenesis, neurogenesis, and

Which medication should not be given to a patient with a head injury?

Management During the Acute Symptomatic Phase During the first 24 hours you should avoid medications that can increase risk of bleeding. These include aspirin, ibuprofen (Advil), and naproxen sodium (Naprosyn, Aleve).

How can I improve my TBI?

Boost Your Brain Health After TBIEat healthy - Be sure to eat lots of fruits, vegetables, and whole grains. Regular exercise - Try to get at least 150 minutes per week of moderate-intensity exercises, such as brisk walking. Get more sleep - Being tired during the day can make your TBI symptoms worse.More items •Jun 12, 2019

What are the five cognitive problems of TBI?

Judgment, Reasoning, Problem-Solving, and Self-Awareness. Judgment, reasoning, problem-solving and self-monitoring are complex cognitive skills that are often affected after a TBI.

What are some common obstacles that arise after TBI?

Physical And Mental EffectsMemory and reasoning impairment.Balance and sight changes.Difficulty with communication, expression, and understanding.Depression, aggression, anxiety, personality changes, and inappropriate behavior.Hematomas, edemas, swelling.Skull pressure, blood coagulation.More items •Aug 14, 2018

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