Compassionate Care for Your Well-being
If you have a condition with sustained multiple traumatic injuries, typically from a single incident or event, such as a car accident, explosion, or fall from a height,. These injuries may involve disabling conditions such as amputation, burns, spinal cord injury, auditory and visual damage, spinal cord injury (SCI), post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), broken bones, head and brain injuries, internal organ damage, cuts or lacerations, or any other medical conditions. Veterans and service members of Suvidha Hospitals are proficient in handling the polytrauma case with a high level of integration, multiple surgeries, coordination of the hospital’s clinical care, and rehabilitation to recover.
It is important to seek medical attention as soon as possible if you come across any of these common symptoms of polytrauma.
Pain: A person with polytrauma may experience pain at the site of their injuries or throughout their body.
Swelling: Swelling may occur in the affected area due to inflammation or fluid accumulation.
Bruising: Bruising may occur due to bleeding under the skin.
Dizziness: Head Injuries or problems with balance can cause dizziness or vertigo.
Fatigue: The body may experience extreme fatigue following a traumatic event due to the stress of the injury and the body’s efforts to heal.
Difficulty speaking or understanding speech: Head injuries may cause difficulty with speech or understanding what others are saying.