Intraventricular hemorrhage, conjointly referred to as bodily cavity harm, may be harm into the brains chamber system, wherever the humor is created and circulates through towards the space. It may result from physical trauma or from hemorrhaging in stroke. Half-hour of bodily cavity hemorrhage is primary, confined to the chamber system and generally caused by bodily cavity trauma, aneurysm, tube malformations, or tumors. But seventieth of bodily cavity hemorrhage is secondary in nature, ensuing from a growth of an existing intraparenchymal or subarachnoid hemorrhage. Body cavity hemorrhage has been found to occur in thirty fifth of moderate to severe traumatic brain injuries. So the hemorrhage sometimes does not occur while not intensive associated harm, and then the end result is not sensible. Treatment focuses on observance and may be accomplished with inmate floor service for people alert to commands or medical specialty medical aid unit observation for those with impaired levels of consciousness. Further attention ought to be placed on intracranial pressure observance via body cavity tubing and medications to keep up intracranial pressure, vital sign, and natural action. In additional severe cases an external chamber drain could also be needed to keep up intracranial pressure and evacuate the hemorrhage, and in extreme cases an open surgical procedure could also be needed. In cases of unilateral body cavity hemorrhage with intraparenchymal hemorrhage the combined methodology of stereotaxic and open surgical procedure has created promising results. Nursing and Health Care is an open access journal with rapid publication process, high quality manuscripts with innovative research which covers all the aspects of Nursing and Health Care.