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Undergone liver transplant, developed multiple complications. Currently suffering from hypoxemia, problem in cerebral cortex, advised no treatment. Suggestions?

my brother had done liver transpant.. during this they operate four times ..after first transplant bleedind were started to stop that doctors done other surgery after this graft did not work so other retranasplant of cadaver liver done..but doctor find that the liver was not got blood so they done next more surgery..after it graft work well but billurubin level is 25 ... but still that after. 23 day of surgery they not become conscius they raise neuro problem doctor says that due to four times surgery he suffer from neurological problem suffer. from hypoxemia and viral infection and problem in cerebral cortex doctors say it can not treated...please suggest me suitable treatment..i am in much trouble
Asked On : Tue, 20 Nov 2012
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Hi there,

Unfortunately this is not a fixable problem and the neurosurgeons are likely correct. I don't know how much damage he has suffered, but hypoxic damage to the brain is usually irreversible, meaning it cannot be fixed. I am sorry to confirm the bad news you are probably much aware of, but it doesn't sound like there is a quick fix here. You can certainly try to wait and see if he recovers some neurological function, as some patients will recover over time, but if the damage is severe, then a recovery is quite unlikely given what you have said here.

I hope I have answered your questions. Please feel free to contact me if you have any further questions or if you feel I haven't addressed your question adequately.
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