Treatment encephalitis in Druskininkai
Encephalitis is an inflammatory process of infectious, allergic, toxic or combination damage to the brain. In terms of occurrence of encephalitis is divided into primary (viral, microbial and rickettsial, including tick-borne) and secondary (post-vaccination, bacterial, parasitic, demyelinating). The disease can affect the cortex, subcortex, brain stem, cerebellum. Common symptoms are: crushing, arching headache without localization, severe weakness, photophobia, double vision, nausea, vomiting, loss of performance, fever, epilepsy episodes, impaired consciousness, drowsiness, mental decline, speech disorders, unsteadiness of gait. Drug treatment, depending on the causes of the lesion, antibiotics, antiviral, nootropic and antipyretic drugs, angioprotectors, antiplatelet agents, antihypoxants can be prescribed. Hormone therapy, desensitization, dehydration and control of brain edema are conducted.