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Q relates to my daughter in law who is 34. She suffered a massive Heart Attack and it took 3o/35 minutes before she could reach a hospital emergency. The doc at emergeny says she was not breathing and was revived after great effort & shifted to ICU.

By Anonymous December 10, 2012 - 10:41pm
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Subsisquent scan showed some swelling/liquid in brain. Which after treatment has abeted-breathing/heart beats are better. The patient is still in COMA. The Dr advise she may be flown back ti New Delhi India ( From Guanghhou-China- where my son works) My Concern is what are her chances of recovery and time period-? We do understand patience and family involvement is a must. She has a small som 5 yrs. Request early response and mark rely to jittenderkap@yahoo.com/gagan1971@hotmail.com .. Thanks

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Hi Anonymous,

I am so sorry to hear about your daughter in law. Unfortunately, we cannot give you a prognosis on if and when your daughter in law will get better. As difficult as this time is for you, be patient and work carefully and thoroughly with her doctors. Ask them questions. If you do not understand what they are telling you ask them again and make sure they explain things in great detail so that you understand. In the ICU, it is very difficult to say how well or how poorly someone can do because anything goes and things can take a turn for the better or worse rather quickly. 

We will keep your family in our thoughts,


December 11, 2012 - 9:51am
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