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Old 05-04-2018, 01:46 PM   #1
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Default Can patient with Hydrocephalus and frail fly 30 hours of flight

My mom was first bought at hospital as she had seizure with CSF leak while flight landing. The hospital want to send her on 30 hours of international flight with layover and wants the family to take responsibility. How safe is this? Her heart rate is 150-180 she is 75 and has temperature of 37-39 almost everyday and breathing through mouth. I am so scared to fly and the hospital is putting pressure on me. This flight is with one registered nurse and they will put her to sleep while journey? How dangerous is this and how will this traumatize her body and brain?
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You can try our search tool..
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But I'm not sure that topic has been posted about here.
This is a patient based support site.

You might find best information on a Medical/ Doctor based website, if you don't trust the Drs/Hospital where you are..
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