These Measures Usually Help To Reduce Inflammation And Diminish Its Symptoms.
2. Ice (Apply the ice or cold pack for 20 minutes at a time, 4 to 8 times a day.
3. Compress (Compression can be achieved by using elastic bandages.
4. Elevate (Elevation of the injured area above the level of the heart is recommended.
Do Subdural Hematomas Go Away?
As is the case with any brain injury, symptoms can be slow to go away after treatment. Some symptoms may be permanent. Occasionally, a subdural hematoma is small enough that you may not need surgery to remove the blood. The blood will be reabsorbed gradually by the body…Read More…
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