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The longer the coma, the greater the likelihood of residual symptoms, particularly physical disabilities. Hospital staff using the Glasgow Coma Scale can monitor improvement as the patient's score moves from very low numbers such as four, five and six to higher scores. A score of 14 indicates that the patient is out of the coma, and usually in a state where he is fully conscious but his everyday memory is not working. Trust Your Instincts A Mother's Story It's a strange thing to say, but ever since Alistair was born I've had a strong feeling that something terrible was going to happen to him there was something in the wind.
They are far more complicated than the most sophisticated computer system in the world. Under normal circumstances we do not give this silent service a second thought. We simply live our lives and take for granted that our brains function smoothly. It is only when tragedy strikes that we become more aware. Let us take an everyday example to illustrate how our brains work. Imagine you are walking along the street and you meet a friend whom you have not seen for a couple of years. You would: expect to see him, expect to walk smoothly towards him, expect to recognize his face, expect to remember his name, match the face to the name, remember a vast amount of personal information and adjust your welcome accordingly, speak to him, listen and understand what he says, experience a pleasurable emotion, or the reverse, at the meeting, remember the meeting for at least a day or two, remember it for the rest of your life, if the meeting was significant.
The length of coma is one of the most accurate Page 24 predictors of the severity of residual symptoms. The longer the coma, the greater the likelihood of residual symptoms, particularly physical disabilities. Hospital staff using the Glasgow Coma Scale can monitor improvement as the patient's score moves from very low numbers such as four, five and six to higher scores. A score of 14 indicates that the patient is out of the coma, and usually in a state where he is fully conscious but his everyday memory is not working.