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I had fallen off the back of this stranger’s jet ski. My friends dragged my limp body onto the beach. Two weeks later, I was taken out of a medically induced coma. Tessa Fleming at Brookdale Hospital after her accidentCourtesy of Tessa Fleming. My stomach now had a colostomy bag and a wound three inches deep, five inches wide and 10 inches long. It felt like a blender had gone off inside of me. Over time, my father explained what had happened. The water propulsion of the jet ski, which was traveling 50 mph, had entered my rectum and burst my colon and two major blood vessels, which caused my blood to turn septic.
Coma patients are susceptible to pneumonia and other infections. Many comatose patients stay in the hospital's intensive care unit (ICU), where doctors and nurses can continually monitor them. People who are in a coma for a long time may receive physical therapy to prevent long-term muscle damage. Nurses will also move them periodically to prevent bedsores - painful skin wounds caused by lying in one position for too long.
A coma is a deep state of prolonged unconsciousness in which a person cannot be awakened; fails to respond normally to painful stimuli, light, or sound; lacks a normal wake-sleep cycle; and does not initiate voluntary actions. Coma patients exhibit a complete absence of wakefulness and are unable to consciously feel, speak or move. Comas can be derived by natural causes, or can be medically induced.
A coma is a deep state of unconsciousness. It can result from an injury or illness. Patients with deep unconsciousness may be at risk of asphyxiation. They may need medical help to secure the airways and ensure they continue to breathe. This could be a tube that passes through the nose or mouth, into the lungs. Can a person hear and think when they are in a coma? A person in a coma may benefit from sensory stimulation, such as holding a hand. There is some evidence that people can hear and understand spoken instructions during a coma.
While the time spent in the coma may differ, the stories of these people waking up are quite remarkable. In 2008, 60-year-old retired baker Sam Carter had fallen into a coma from severe anemia, which occurs when a person’s red blood cell count gets too low or the blood lacks hemoglobin. In the hospital in Staffordshire, England, Carter had been in a coma for three days, and he was given a 30 percent chance of recovering. In the care center where Carland stayed, the other patients listened to soft and gentle music, but Jarrett’s parents blared country music legend Charlie his classic song The Devil Went Down to Georgia. After lying in a coma for four months, his parents got a reaction from that song, and eventually Jarrett came out of his coma.
I set off to Parkwood hospital, a long-term care facility in southern Ontario, to assess Scott more thoroughly. In a quiet room off the ward where Scott was staying, a nurse introduced us to his parents, Anne and Jim. Anne, who had worked as a lab technologist, gave up work on the day of Scott’s accident. Her husband, Jim, was a former banker and trucker. Strange as it might seem, we achieve this by asking patients to imagine they are playing a game of tennis in the scanner. When you imagine waving your arms around – as you would if you were playing a vigorous game of tennis – a part of the brain known as the premotor cortex becomes highly active. So if a patient’s premotor cortex responds when we ask them to imagine playing tennis, we know that they are responding to our instructions, and therefore that they are conscious.