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Canadian doctors have learned to communicate with patients in a coma- VIDEO PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 13 November 2012 15:07

According to BBC, Canadian neuroscientists, led by Professor Adrian Owen could learn how to communicate with patients in a coma. According to the BBC, to communicate with the 39-year-old Scott Routley, which a 12 years ago after an accident fell into a vegetative state, Canadian scientists from Western Ontario Brain Institute used a new scanner of brain activity, which is able to capture the slightest signals of different areas of the brain of Scott Routley. In the course of the experiment (see the video), the scientists asked the patient a simple questions, that Scott Routley had to answer in the affirmative or negative. According to Professor Adrian Owen, the experiment showed, that the patient's brain activity pulses are very different than help to accurately interpret the responses of the patient as a “yes” or “no”, THE VIDEO:

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