Acute Subdural Hematoma

Acute Subdural Hematoma

A 19-yr-old right-handed female boxer developed headaches of increasing intensity, nausea, and emesis after being knocked down while sparring. Computed Tomography (CT) of head performed 1/2 hour after showed acute interhemispheric subdural hemorrhage. The patient was conscious E4V5M6) at the time of first admission. He was then transferred to the hospital for neurosurgical care. His pulse rate was 79 per minute regular in rhythm, blood pressure was 140/80 mm Hg, respiratory was 17 per minute, and oxygen saturation was 94% at 2 liter oxygen. Pupils were bilateral equal and briskly reacting. There was no significant medical history and he was not on any medication.








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