Dr. Harini

Namaste Sir,
Could you please guide us in the following case.
I have a 32 yrs old male patient with congenital heart disease which is ‘tetralogy of fallout’
The patient uses antihypertensive from last 10 years. 2 yrs Back the patient had intracranial haemorrhage which resulted in blindness. Now he is gradually loosing his hearing. CT Scan shows intracranial haemorrhages in occipital and temporal area. The patients intelligence is normal.
We are doing corresponding area for eyes, ears occipital area as well as whole brain.
Sir, I thought of sedating fire on brain meridian. Does that sound ok. If not, what should be the correct treatment .
Thanking you in advance
Dr. Harini

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