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Coma, severe brain damage after breathing trouble, in the 4th percentile. Has high BP. What could be the cause?

Hi, I have a question. Friday morning my sister had trouble breathing and when the paramedics got her to the hospital, she collapsed and is now in a coma . It took the doctors 17 mins to revive her and they said she has serve brain damage . She is breathing on her own but she is only in the 4th percentile. She is in her mid 60s and has high blood pressure . What could have caused this and is there any real hope for her regaining consciousness?
Asked On : Sat, 12 May 2012
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Hello Dear.
Welcome here on Health Care Magic Dot Com.
I am very much concern of your problem.
I think I will certainly able to help you out of this condition.
In my view most probable cause is brain hemorrhage.
Actual diagnosis will depend on detail reports as well as MRI report.
Good luck.
Answered: Sat, 12 May 2012
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