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Great-grandmother joins her severely disabled child who suffered a brain haemorrhage at just 37 Pauline Marney suffered an unexplained brain haemorrhage at the age of 37 It left her unable to eat, walk or talk and in need of 24-hour care In 2012 her
Schoolboy Blake Fowler died from a brain haemorrhage after sustaining head injuries at a property in Southampton, Hampshire, in 2011. Police have now arrested Blake's mother Sarah Spacagna, her partner Peter Meek, and his brother Philip Meek, after
Had the artery been closed, he would have died Published: 10:49 EST, 2 April 2014 Updated: 11:36 EST, 2 April 2014 0 View comments A doctor who was the the first to climb the highest mountains on every continent has survived a brain hemorrhage
Lucille McLauchlan, 47, was 33 when she was freed from a Saudi sentence to eight years and 500 lashes A British nurse who spent more than a year in a Saudi Arabian jail for helping to murder a colleague was on life support last night after suffering
Brain haemorrhage treatment delays 'harming patients' Haemorrhages, or bleeding in the brain, must be treated quickly Delays in the diagnosis and treatment of patients with brain haemorrhages caused by aneurysms, especially at weekends, may be
3 November 2013 0 View comments Walking down the aisle without her brother in the church was never going to be easy for Claire Holmes. Russell was just 26 when he was killed by a brain haemorrhage four years ago, and the family is still grieving.
Dawn Liddell, 42, of Foxwood, North Yorkshire, had to wait almost 20 hours for a CT scan in 2008 A mother died despite a string of opportunities for doctors to diagnose a brain haemorrhage and her brother's warnings that she would leave hospital in a
Dance teacher Donna George, 48, right, who managed to steer her car to safety after suffering a brain haemorrhage A dance teacher driving pupils home managed to pull her car over at the side of the road moments before she collapsed and died.
11 September 2013 0 View comments Women who smoke and have high blood pressure are 20 times more likely to have a brain haemorrhage than non-smoking men with healthy blood pressure Women who smoke and have high blood pressure are 20 times more likely
22 July 2013 5 shares 1 View comments Peter Ryley was given too many sedatives at Queen's Medical Centre in Nottingham which led to him falling and dying A family is suing the NHS after their father suffered a fatal fall which was caused by nurses