Researchers hope that biomarkers will help doctors detect and diagnose traumatic brain injury more effectively.
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Dr. Bazarian is an emergency physician with a strong research interest in traumatic brain injury. He is associate professor of Emergency Medicine, Neurology, and Neurosurgery at the Center for Neural Development and Disease, University of Rochester Medical Center.
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I have recently suffered a cardiac arrest and subsequent hypoxia .
I was completely unconscious for around 20 minutes.
I have been very lucky but have been left with some issues like my brain actually feeling different?! Why and will I recover to my former self? It’s been difficult I had to relearn everything but I’m left with a feeling of being completely on edge all the time.
Is there anything I can do to start feeling more normal?! Please can someone help me?