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Do people usualy survive from comas and being on life support machines ?

do people usualy survive from comas and being on life support machines ? my friend who is 14 she had a hysterectomy operation and now is in a coma and on that life support machine thing my friend who is 14 she had a hysterectomy operation and now is in a coma and on that life support machine thing and so far she has been on it for 2 days and today they are doing a test that takes over 13 hours long and if she fails then they switch the life support thing off :S :(
Asked On : Sat, 12 Dec 2009
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hey this is a forum of diabetes why did you post this here. anyway I try to answer your problem in few lines. she will come out of the coma donot worry.

Answered: Sun, 13 Dec 2009
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