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My father , 78 years old had a brain surgery on October 18th and he is a COPD patient- stage three. After the surgery and with antibiotic and cortison he did very well with nazal oxgen (2-2.5 lpm) and Bibap (10-18) during the night.
After two weeks of the surgery , we went home . when the antibiotic stopped and cortison doses decreased his situation became not very well . He has no energy at all , , he put the Bibap during day and night . His hands and feet are cold, with muscle twitches. His himogloben is around 8 .
Now we stay at home asking help of doctor and nurse at home. I am wondering what is the problem? He did very well through the surgery and after it .
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