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A woman in Taichung have miraculously awaken after 300 days in coma

 Taichung, Taiwan (October 29, 2020)- After 300 days or almost half year of being in coma, the 59-year-old woman Mrs. Huang is now awaken. 

According to Taichung Hospital the patient had suffered cardiac arrest last year due to arrhythmia and was saved by CPR but remained unconscious since last year. Her husban Mr. Huang have never give up in attending, caring and looking for other alternative solution just to save her wife.

Huang Minxu, director of the Hyperbaric Oxygen Center of Taichung Hospital said that they have used the cross-team integrated treatment of brain injury, including rehabilitation therapy, Chinese medicine acupuncture and hyperbaric oxygen treatment which can help the patient regain her health and now awaken and continues to recover.

The patient had been transfer from two other hospitals until they transferred it to Taichung Hospital which the doctor have used the method of hyperbaric oxygen therapy which can help the reconstruction of brain blood flow, angiogenesis and brain nerve cell repair, and by inhibiting oxidative stress and inflammation, it can prevent further damage caused by the vicious cycle of hypoxia and edema during brain injury. Hyperbaric oxygen therapy can increase the partial pressure of oxygen in the circulating blood and the amount of plasma oxygen delivered by fifteen times, provide sufficient oxygen to the brain tissue, "wake up" those brain cells that are in a static state due to hypoxia, and restore their original Features, as Dr. Huang Minxu explained.

He also pointed out the uses of hyperbaric oxygen therapy which can be used in the care of cerebral edema caused by stroke, rehabilitation aid after brain injury, carbon monoxide poisoning, large area burns and scalds of second to third degree, difficult healing or ulcer wounds. Cerebral nervous system diseases including cerebral apoplexy (embolism and hemorrhage), brain trauma, cerebral hypoxia caused by acute heart and lung failure, cerebral hypoxia caused by hypoglycemia, drowning, and carbon monoxide poisoning


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