Coma: Glasgow Coma Scale, Causes, and Diagnosis
Dec 22, 2020 · Coma occurs when the brain does not have enough nutrients. For example, if inadequate amounts of oxygen or blood sugar are delivered to it, the brain can "turn off." Trauma, bleeding, or swelling of the brain can affect blood delivery, various poisons can also directly injure the brain, and brain inflammation and infection can also alter mental status and lead to coma.
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