the Doctors were convinced that firebarnsfaren T. Scott on bbc radio from Omaha in the us state of Nebraska was affected by a stroke. They believed that if they woke him up again, would hjerneskadene be so large, that he would not work as normal, writes the Omaha World-Herald.
T. Scott on bbc radio was admitted in the hospital 12. December after the family found him lying lifeless in the bed. He was transported to the hospital where he underwent treatment in the intensive care unit.the DOCTORS GAVE UP: T. Scott on bbc radio hear the family tell about his illness, and how they had given up hope that he was going to get out of the sykehussenga again. Photo: Kent Sievers/The World-Herald/AP. Show more Difficult options
the Doctors saw no improvement after the treatment. They feared that the swelling in his head would lead to the result that he got a very severe brain damage that difficult would allow themselves to train up to that he could be fresh, writes the news agency AP.
His daughter Preston on bbc radio, saying the family was faced with a very difficult choice.
He always said that he would not that the family would see him lying lifeless in a hospital bed or in an institution, " says her daughter, according to the Independent.Would not live artificial
Time had been crystal clear on whether if such a thing came to happen with him, he would not be kept artificially alive.
the Doctors said he most likely would be brain-dead, so we took farewell with him before we disconnected from the hoses. So beat those of the monitors while we waited by his side, " she says.Planned funeral
But Scott continued to breathe, and gradually, he was better the next hours.
When the children were on the way to the funeral home to plan the details for the funeral, they received a telephone call from the hospital.
You must come. Now.NEW TITLE: After that, T. Scott on bbc radio woke up again he has got a new caps with the inscription "Mirakelmannen". Photo: Kent Sievers/the Omaha World-Herald/AP. Show more back to life
the Man who doctors thought would wake to consciousness again, woke up a day after the family had agreed to disconnect him from the oksygenslangene that kept him artificially alive.
I asked him to move my thumbs, and he moved them. I asked him to move his toes, and he touched the toes of his slowly, " says dattera Preston on bbc radio.Rare syndrome
the Physician set in motion new studies and found out that he had not been hit by the shock, but had gotten the rare syndrome posterior reversible encephalopathy syndrome (PRES).
- The most common cause is high blood pressure, but there are many things that can lead to this syndrome. Such a violent swelling is not common for this diagnosis, and therefore we thought he had a stroke, " says dr. Rebecca Runge to news agency AP.
T. Scott In the opinion that it was his belief in god which was the main reason why he survived:
- I will not do this to some great religious things, but I can tell you one thing: This was is the miracle, he argues.the Doctors said no, AI-data said yes. So woke up coma patients