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Senile coma

Coma is a pathological state in which brain function is highly inhibited. Unconsciousness is the main feature of the patient's response to all external and internal stimuli. Disturbance of consciousness and coma account for about 3% of all emergency cases, especially the elderly, which should be actively diagnosed, treated and rescued.


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