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Father in Law Had Heart Attack

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  • Posted By: The Jackel
  • July 8, 2008
  • 08:31 PM

My father in law had a heart attack in the emergency room and was given immediate CPR. He was flat lined for almost 10 min. He had what they considered a massive heart attack and had 100% blockage on in one artery and 50% in another. They got him stabilized and put a stent in to clear up the 100% blockage. Now he is in recovery, his BP, Breathing, Pulse, and all other life signs are perfect, but he is still somewhat unconscious. It has been almost 3 days and he still is in and out of conciseness. He still cannot talk, and can only open his eyes for a few minutes. He does respond well to questions or if you tell him to do something. Just trying to figure out why he has not come back to. Could there be brain damage, has anyone else had a similar experience?

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