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It is extremely important for the brain to get adequate oxygen. There are many things that can cause the brain to not receive enough oxygen. Brain cells start to die once the brain has been deprived of oxygen for five minute or longer. If the brain is deprived of oxygen for more than five minutes, then permanent anoxic brain injury can result.
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Anoxic brain injury, which is sometimes referred to as hypoxic-anoxic injury or cerebral hypoxia, which is also known as hypoxic-anoxic injury or cerebral hypoxia can result in a life-threatening and serious injury. Some hypoxic-anoxic injuries occur due to a partial lack of oxygen. Other injuries occur due to a total lack of oxygen. The greater the oxygen loss, the more serious and wide-spread the injury will be. Please contact us, your medical malpractice lawyers in md.
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