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Taxim reacted severely during delivery. ICU, on oxygen. Brain not oriented, why?

i took my wife for delivery and doctor gave her taxim , which reacted severely . she has to b taken to vantilator an was on it for one day. when her body vitals stabilised , she was operated to take out baby. today is her 6th day in ICU .she is on oxygen but not gaining consciousness ..her brain is not oriented....and make a lot of she has to b tied to keep still. please help ..please respond...
Asked On : Sun, 19 Aug 2012
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Hi welcome to HCMForum. Taxim usually will not show so virulant reaction except in some cases.
The reaction changes will not result in central nervous system actions except in severe reactions.
Besides sgmultaneous pre eclumptia is a possibility. Here due to shock or eclemptia blood supply to
the blood is ceased till treatment responds. When the circulation is recovered brain starts to recover
and the recovery time depends upon how much time there is with out active circulation. Recovery of
conscious ness time depends upon the recovery of brain tissue. it varies from person to person. Once
she is out of ventilator she is safe. thanks for calling.
Answered: Sun, 19 Aug 2012
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