Last night hubby and I we’re talking about his work and his boss was under par he has a subdural hematoma hubby was so poignant for his boss the doctor said he need a lot of rest and much as possible he wouldn’t work and bed rest. I’ve been searching what’s Subdural hematomas is a collection of blood on the surface of the brain are usually the result of a serious head injury. When they occur in this way, it is called an "acute" subdural hematoma. Acute subdural hematomas are among the deadliest of all head injuries. The bleeding fills the brain area very rapidly, leaving little room for the brain, and are associated with brain injury.
Subdural hematomas can also after a very minor head injury, especially in the elderly. These go unnoticed for many days to many weeks, and are called "chronic" subdural hematomas. During a subdural hematoma, tiny veins between the surface of the brain and its outer covering (the dura) stretch and tear, allowing blood to collect. In the elderly, the veins are often already stretched because of brain atrophy (shrinkage).
Hubby now has a lot of responsibilities because his branch manager they have been taking over the task of his boss to him. He was telling me last night he was extremely exhausted when he got at home!!! : (