Treatment of brain metastases from lung cancer

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Because of the usual habits and habits, and the bad habits, the incidence rate of cancer has been high. Many people are worried about their physical condition. So how long can bone metastases of lung cancer live? For patients with this disease should be treated as soon as possible, I will tell you about the treatment of brain metastasis of lung cancer.

Treatment of brain metastases from lung cancer

* 1: respiratory tract complications may occur after lung cancer surgery, such as retention of sputum, atelectasis, pneumonia and respiratory insufficiency. Especially the elderly, the weak, the chronic bronchitis and emphysema have a higher incidence rate. Because of postoperative wound pain, patients can not do effective cough, sputum retention caused by airway obstruction, atelectasis, respiratory insufficiency.

Second: chest, empyema and bronchopleural flaccidity after operation: hemothorax after operation is a serious complication, which needs emergency treatment, and if necessary, it should be timely re thoracotomy to stop bleeding. During lung surgery, bronchogenic or intrapulmonary secretions contaminate the chest and cause empyema.

Third: cardiovascular complications after lung cancer surgery are also very common, such as old and weak, mediastinal and hilar traction stimulation, hypokalemia, hypoxia and massive hemorrhage. The common cardiovascular complications include postoperative hypotension, arrhythmia, pericardial tamponade, heart failure and so on. For the elderly patients who have heart disease before operation and whose heart function is low, the operation should be strictly controlled.

matters needing attention

Although lung cancer surgery is successful, but complications may occur, so we must closely observe the patients, keep the respiratory tract unobstructed and give sufficient oxygen after surgery, closely observe the changes of blood pressure and pulse, and timely supplement blood volume. After operation, the infusion speed should be slow and balanced to prevent pulmonary edema caused by too fast and excessive infusion.