Multi-disciplinary Treatment for Stroke

Medical History

Mrs. Momoyo Yoshizaki was admitted to Beijing Puhua International Hospital due to “balance disorder caused by left epencephalon hemorrhage on Aug 2018”. She had seizure attack after stroke. Because the hemorrhage was not sever, she didn’t receive any surgery. Later on, she started rehabilitation therapy for 6 months. Her balance control was poor. She could walk for only 10 meters, with small steps. Her motor function was gradually decreased. Before admisstion, the patient was in wheelchair, she could not stand up by herself or walk. Since the illness, she gradually appeared with cognitive disorder. At first she had memory decreasing, which even became worse after getting tired. Occasionally, she could not recognize her sister or others, but she could recognize her daughter. She usually pronounced with meaningless words.

They went to local hospital searching for effective treatment, but was refused due to her senior age. So her daughter Ms. Hitomi searched the Internet and tried to find other options. She found BPIH and came for a consultation. After evaluation, BPIH’s medial team accept Mrs. Momoyo Yoshizaki as an candidate for our comprehensive treatment.

Medical Condition before Comprehensive Treatment for Stroke

The patient was alert, her mental status was acceptable. Memory, orientation ability disorder. She could not stand up or walk. Muscle tone of four limbs was normal. Pathological sign was negative. Her sleep status was acceptable. Urine and bowel control was normal.

UCG showed Anterior mitral leaflet prolapse with massive reflux. Mild hydropericardium.

Comprehensive Treatment for Stroke

After admission, several medical protocols were applied, including Neural growth factor treatment to repair the injured neural cells, medical improvement of neural function and metabolism, combined with Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and rehabilitation therapy.

Medical Condition after Comprehensive Treatment for Stroke

Now Ms. Momoyo Yoshizaki mental status is greatly improved. Her blood pressure is controlled and more stable than before. Her daughter said that Mrs. Momoyo’s memory is getting better and cognitive function also improved. Her heart rate is more stable than before.

Ms. Momoyo Yoshizaki and her daughter are very grateful to see the improvements in such short time. We are looking forward to seeing more improvements in the future.


















The patient made paper cranes for our medical staff.