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Treatment for Hypoxic Brain Injury

Dear Dr's,

Is there a treatment for Hypoxic brain injury in Homeopathy.My Wife has suffered Hypoxic Brain injury during a caesarian delivery in dec 2010.And she is in vegetative state for last two years .There is only very little response from her.Whenever we speak to her she creates a sound thats the only reponse from her side.Let me know if any treatment can be provided to her to improve the brain function.
  Rajesh76 on 2013-07-07
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
give her nat sulph 6x ,5 tabs three tomes a day and five phos 6x five tabs two times a day.

feed back every three days
anuj srivastava 8 years ago
Medicine for hypoxic brain injury patient in PVS stage last 3 month.
Gaurav gaur 6 years ago
Only rtms will help at the brain and Homoeopathic Arnica Mont 30 will help....
for rtms you can visit www.helatron.com

dr.deoshlok sharma
deoshlok 6 years ago
Hi- in usa, rtms also called tms can only be done by the Dr.
in a hospital setting, you sit in something like a dental chair.

Here is info on rtms: note the All Caps info in the last part on Brain Death or vegetative
states-NOT effective.

For neuropathic pain, for which there is little effective treatment, high-frequency (HF) repetitive TMS (rTMS) appears effective.[6]

For treatment-resistant major depressive disorder, HF-rTMS of the left dorsolateral prefrontal cortex (DLPFC) appears effective and low-frequency (LF) rTMS of the right DLPFC has probable efficacy.[6][7][14] The Royal Australia and New Zealand College of Psychiatrists has endorsed rTMS for treatment resistant MDD.[15][16]

For negative symptoms of schizophrenia, HF-rTMS of the left DLPFC has probable efficacy.[6]

For loss of function caused by stroke LF-rTMS of the corresponding brain region has probable efficacy.[6]

Many other potential uses have only demonstrated weak or negligible efficacy. ____TMS has FAILED TO SHOW effectiveness for the treatment of BRAIN DEATH coma, and other persistent VEGATATIVE STATES._[6] As of 2014 there was insufficient evidence to determine the safety and efficacy of TMS in panic disorder.[17] In 2003 there was not enough evidence to determine if transcranial magnetic stimulation was useful in obsessive compulsive disorder

-----Note : one cannot buy these devices and do self treatment


There is another company in usa that sells something that is FDA cleared for home use.
The cost is $600-
( if you are usa you can get your health insurance to pay for some of it)

----------The devices on Healtron, look to be crude, and perhaps the cost is more than usa
[message edited by simone717 on Sat, 18 Jul 2015 15:56:26 UTC]
simone717 6 years ago

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