Treatment of CVA Stroke paralysis:
A Case Study of Shiv Mangal Prasad-
TREATED BY INDUCTIVE PSYCHOPLASTY

 

 

NAME:                                 Shiv Mangal Prasad Jaiswal

AGE:                                     65 yrs.

SEX:                                     Male.

ADDRESS:                          Village-Devmau Daldal,District-Satna (M.P.)
                                            India Pin 485001

DURATION OF ILLNESS: Since 4 yrs back.

REASONS FOR ONSET:   CVA Stroke

 

BACKGROUND INFORMATIONS:                              

Successive CV Attacks at the age 60, 62, 63

Third attack on date 12.01.1994

Clinical Features on 24th May 1996

           Right Hemiplegia

                   Pulse Rate: 100 per mt.

                   BP: 190/112 Hg

                   LVF with peptic ulcers

                   Stiffness in joints with restricted movements

                  

Muscles Strength-

          Right Upper Limb: 0/5

            Right Lower Limb: 0/5

            Planter Reflex:        Positive

 

Sensory -

          Right Upper Limb: Sense Nil

            Right Lower Limb: Sense Nil

 

Assessment after 7 days, on 31st, May 1996

               After psychoplasty treatment

 

Muscles Strength-

          Right Upper Limb:  3+/5

            Right Lower Limb:  3/5

            Planter Reflex:         Positive

 

Sensory -

          Right Upper Limb:  Regained normal sense

            Right Lower Limb:  Regained normal sense

 

The assessment has done by Dr. G. C. Chaturvedi (M.B.B.S., D.T.C.T.) Physician, TB and Chest disease specialist, Govt. District Hospital, Satna (M.P.) India.


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dr.J.P.Singh  www.brainsetup.com