Practice diagnosis and treatment of dizziness

2021-03-25 12:00 AM

Labyrinthitis caused by infections that are not treated completely is more likely to come back. Therefore, it is necessary to treat these infections well, and labyrinthitis will go away on its own.

An equilibrium disorder, creating the illusion that everything around is spinning horizontally or vertically. This spinning sensation occurs even when the person is lying still and not moving.

Very often, the sick person confuses the feelings of dizziness, fainting, easy to fall, or nearly fainting with dizziness. Therefore, it is necessary to carefully ask about the patient's true feelings to determine whether dizziness is true or not.

Dizziness is not a disease, but a symptom that occurs in a number of different illnesses. Dizziness is often accompanied by a feeling of nausea and, in some cases, fibrillation of the eyeball.

Reason

The most common cause

Lethargy (inflammation of the ear canal). Osteomyelitis usually occurs due to an infection such as the flu, otitis media ...

Rare causes

Meniere’s disease.

Atherosclerosis in the elderly.

Brain tumour, brain stroke.

Temporary anaemia.

Lack of dynamic arterial live background.

Auditory nerve tumours.

Scattered sclerosis.

Mental illness, related to phobias, fear of the void ...

Diagnose

Lethargic inflammation is often accompanied by nausea, vomiting, and eyeball fibrillation. Patient is unsteady, unsteady. Osteomyelitis often occurs after an infection that is not well treated, such as the flu, inner ear infections, or otitis media.

Meniere’s disease often causes severe episodes of dizziness, which can cause the patient to fall, accompanied by symptoms such as hearing loss, tinnitus, fibrillation of the eyeball. Hearing loss or ringing in the ears can also be a sign of an auditory nerve tumour.

Atherosclerotic dizziness in the elderly often occurs during sudden head movements.

Dizziness of other causes is diagnosed based on the accompanying symptoms.

A definitive diagnosis often requires an eye exam, an exam of the ear, and the nervous system. Sometimes a brain scan is needed.

Treatment

After diagnosing and exclusion of malignancies, it is necessary to reassure the patient of the transient, transient nature of the disease. Most severe cases last only 2-3 days and usually recover completely after about 6 weeks.

Labyrinthitis caused by infections that are not treated completely is more likely to come back. Therefore, it is necessary to treat these infections well, and labyrinthitis will go away on its own.

Instruct the patient to practice walking more so that his body can compensate for it.

If symptomatic treatment is required, prochlorperazine can be prescribed in the form of 5mg oral tablets, 3 times a day, or 12.5mg intramuscularly if the patient has severe vomiting.

When there are suspicious signs in the diagnosis or when the disease is longer than expected, it is necessary

refer patients to a specialist for a more detailed diagnosis.