Karen Posted July 28, 2010 Share Posted July 28, 2010 Hope that you guy's can help me out and then I can pass on your responses via email, thanks Karen. xx Name: Eddie Chan Subject: My dad is suffered from SAH Message: I am a Chinese living in Hong Kong. My dad (aged 74) fell on the floor in the hospital 2 weeks ago and later was found to have SAH after CT scan. The doctor said he is too old and not fit enough that it is too risky to do the MRI scan with contrast agent injection and related operation. So we still don\'t know if the haemorrage is due to ruptured aneurysm or not. Currently, He can\'t stand but his feet have strength. and he can\'t recognize our family members very well and sometimes he speaks without any logic. (but he can speak complete sentence). He likes to have his eyes closed but sometimes he can open his eyes very wide. He can read words. He can express when he is hungry / full, thirsty, pee or poo-poo. He can speak, but in the mid-way, when he forget the vocabulary, he gives up and closes his eyes and takes rest. He doesn\'t know where he is even though we told him minutes ago and he can barely find out the time from the watch. I would like to know if he could have a chance to recover, of course not 100% but at least in cognition aspect, he can know where he is, who we are. Would you please give me some comment and advice. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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