Sep 9, 2006 ... But it can be all too real. It happened to me. And last week research showed that
it may also be reality for many patients diagnosed as in ...
Jan 22, 2015 ... Every five seconds, someone in this country suffers a traumatic brain injury; a
third of those cases will be severe enough to cause a coma.
Dec 7, 2012 ... As far as neuroscientists can tell, patients in a coma have lost their ... They're also
unable to voluntarily move their bodies, feel, speak, or hear.
Jan 22, 2015 ... Study answers question 'Can he hear me? ... Recorded family stories help wake
up coma patient's unconscious brain; Families have more ...
It's been said that comatose patients might hear, and sometimes, understand
what's going on. Stories of previously comatose people suggest that they can
"What they really WANT to hear are the words that their loved one will wake up,
that we have all ... They want to know what recovery for a coma patient looks like.
Mar 18, 2010 ... As a nursing student, I remember my instructors encouraging us to speak to
comatose patients. That thought was always in the back of my mind ...
Oct 8, 2005 ... The patient can hear, feel, see and understand, but they can do nothing, except
open and close their eyes," he explains. To differentiate ...
Jan 14, 2012 ... ... indescribable levels of pain whenever they hear the sound of a loved one's
voice. ... "After hearing a loved one speak, every single coma patient we ... is the
absolute worst thing you can do to him or her," Tyner continued.
Dec 3, 2013 ... How long were you in it, and what caused the coma? (self. .... The person in a
coma dosn't just say to him or herself "Oh hey I can hear this".