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Monday, November 20, 2017

OFW in Singapore Survives and Recover from Stroke, Aneurysm, and Coma!

A brain aneurysm or a simple aneurysm becomes a talk of the town when former actress Isabel Granada passed away because of the disease.   It said that 40% of aneurysm cases are fatal while those who survive about 66% suffer some permanent neurological deficit. Approximately 15% of patients with aneurysmal subarachnoid hemorrhage (SAH) die before reaching the hospital.  With this statistics, an Overseas Filipino Workers in Singapore must be very lucky when she woke up, from three-day comatose. Not just this, the domestic helper also recovered rapidly from a brain aneurysm and stroke.

A brain aneurysm or a simple aneurysm becomes a talk of the town when former actress Isabel Granada passed away because of the disease. 

It said that 40% of aneurysm cases are fatal while those who survive about 66% suffer some permanent neurological deficit. Approximately 15% of patients with aneurysmal subarachnoid hemorrhage (SAH) die before reaching the hospital.

With this statistics, an Overseas Filipino Workers in Singapore must be very lucky when she woke up, from three-day comatose. Not just this, the domestic helper also recovered rapidly from a brain aneurysm and stroke.

Read: Brain Aneurysm: What You Need To Know?
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According to Risa Anne Bernadina, she is being considered by her doctor and nurses as a "miracle lady" because of the incident.

She said, she was found unconscious and rushed to Singapore General Hospital by her employer.

"I thought she was dying in my arms just right in front of me. And my children was (sic) just next to me. And, as a mother, I wanted to protect my kids but I had to save her life," said the employer, Celine Lacouture.


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It reported that her employer also paid the first of the three surgeries performed to her that cost over P3,748,000.

"My husband and I decided, 'Okay, we're still young. We can still make money. But we have to save her life.' That is the most important thing," said Lacouture.

The OFW said, her employers saved her life even hospital staff had a little hope that she would wake up from her coma.



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Her "miracle recovery" attracts attention not only of international media but also of several donors who helped her with the medical expenses.

As of now, she is asking the public for more help because she needs to pay her hospital bills that are around S$77,000, or roughly P3 million.


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