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Complications from Paralysis

Complications from Paralysis

Complications from Paralysis

Paralysis is a medical condition that occurs when one loses strength and control over a muscle or group of muscles in a given body part. The real problem does not stem directly from the muscles but from the nerve cell chains connecting them to the brain.

Moreover, paralysis can lead to many complications and additional medical issues. If someone else caused your paralysis injury, learn how a Beverly Hills catastrophic injury attorney can help you take legal action for your losses.

Degrees of Paralysis

Paralysis comes in various degrees, depending on severity. Paralysis can take any of the following forms:

  • Partial: Here, a patient still has some control of their muscles.
  • Complete: A patient loses 100% of their muscle function. It can either be permanent or temporary.
  • Permanent: This occurs when a patient will not recover from complete paralysis.
  • Temporary: It occurs when one can recover all or some control of their affected muscles.
  • Flaccid: This paralysis shrinks muscles and makes them floppy.
  • Spastic: This type of paralysis tightens and hardens muscles, making them jerk around.

Complications of Paralysis

Paralysis can cause severe complications in a patient’s overall bodily function. Below are some of the complications paralysis patients can suffer:

  • Loss of taste
  • Loss of balance
  • Pneumonia and other pulmonary challenges
  • Cardiovascular disease that is directly proportional to one’s paralysis severity
  • Life-threatening blood clots deep in leg veins and lungs
  • Pressure sores, which patients can avoid by position turns at least every two hours and periodic weight-shifting while sitting
  • Urinary tract infections

These complications often require additional treatment and result in ongoing losses.

Speak to Your Beverly Hills Catastrophic Injury Attorney Now

Do you need to seek justice for paralysis injuries? Don’t hesitate to enlist the services of a Beverly Hills catastrophic injury lawyer from Jalilvand Law. You can contact us today to learn about your legal rights and options and how we can help.

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