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    Air bubbles in the brain???
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    An_250451 posted:
    I need your help i have my 22 year old family member who s heart stoped for more than 10 minutes they manage to get heart beat and pulse back but it stoped again around 3 times again they maneged to get it back to normal he was put in an induced coma wich they said has to be done in order for him to rest well now they are saying that at the mri it shows air bubbles in the brain i think it was caused while his heart stoped that there was no oxigen going in to the brain they told us to be prepaired for everything i just wanna know what to do or what the best thing is to do in order to make him wanna wake up the docs said it s all on him they stoped the induced coma he respons for like 10 seconds put goes back to sleep what is the best way to make him comfortable and accully fight to wake up please help.....
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