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Pathophysiology Of Anoxic Brain
Could you tell me if someone is in an anoxic brain a coma does that mean they're in a 'vegetative state'?
Possibly: It depends on the level of coma. ( there are several) if they do not at all interact with their environment, it is most likely they may remain in that vegetative state. It also depends on the age of the patient. Children will sometimes improve. A very complex question with more information needed to give a really good answer. ...Read more
My cousin has anoxic brain injury during MRI now he is on ventilator what is the prognosis of getting well?
Can you re-write me a prescription for Xanax (alprazolam) 2mg XR, since my anoxic brain injury which was in March they cut me off and my life is just getting worse?
Need diagnosis for 15 yr. Old son. School thinks may have autism, ocd, anoxic brain damage? Have never been able to get diagnosis. What doc to go to?
School saying Help!: An evaluation by a team - dbpede, neurologist, neuropsychologist, child psychiatrist, et al will establish both categorical & etiologic diagnoses & provide recommendations for medical, educational, behavioral & social/adaptive interventions to help your son function to the best of his ability in his transition to adulthood. Idea requires the school to pick a category for services & they need help. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Can 5 weeks of pulmonary hypertension (as well as a few other diagnoses) lead to moderate anoxic brain injury? A patient in his early 50's receives diagnosis of mssa- causing pulmonary hypertension, chf, aortic valve regurgitation, a stretched mitral valv
Endocarditis: Anoxic brain injury can occur after cardiac arrest. The heart disease you mention could lead to cardiac arrest but you did not mention this in your history. I am concerned about endocarditis, infection of the heart valve, with history of mssa bacteremia. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Is all death lack of oxygen? Is all brain death lack of oxygen? Can humans die solely from too much oxygen?
Hypoxia/anoxia: A lack or deficit of oxygen to the brain can occur for a variety of reasons. The term for this is hypoxia. Complete lack of oxygen is referred to as anoxia and is more severe. The neurons are particularly sensitive to this lack of oxygen and will die. This then results in the brain damage. In the most severe cirucumstances, this can lead to death of the patient. ...Read more
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