Interview On Angle TV's Morning Show
Interview on Angle TV Morning Show

Ms. Doris Yaa Osei, A survivor of Brain Aneurysm Represent Ghana At The Fund Raising Program In The United States Of America Organized by the Lisa Foundation For Brain Aneurysms in 2016

Creating Awareness And Educating Students and Staff of Base Ordinance Primary And Junior High School
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Organization Profile

The Brain Aneurysm Foundation Ghana was established in Accra in 2014 as a nonprofit organization. The Foundation developed from a close relationship between a brain aneurysm survivor and professionals most of whom are retired from active service who identified the need for creating awareness of brain aneurysm in Ghana.

Brain aneurysms are a silent killer because most show no symptoms over time. Based on population the incidence of brain aneurysm in Ghana could be over 2,000 persons per annum. One hospital alone in the country recorded 43 deaths resulting from brain aneurysm in 2013. A ruptured brain aneurysm requires advanced neurosurgical treatment which is currently not available in Ghana. However, lives can be saved if people know the risks and signs of aneurysm and how to get help.

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Getting Medical Help for Brain Aneurysm Patient.

Brain Aneurysm Patients require the right medical attention and treatment in order to save lives.

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Raising Awareness and Ending Fear.

Raising awareness, educating the public and providing support to reduce the incident of brain aneurysm rupture.

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The Founders' Story

I am Doris Yaa Osei, a Research Scientist with the Animal Research Institute, Council for Scientific and Industrial Research. On 29th July, 2013 I felt an excruciating pain in the left side of my head, and seconds later the pain had radiated to the back of my neck. All of a sudden my neck became stiff and I felt dizzy. I was rushed to a health facility and while receiving treatment in the emergency room I vomited profusely and the headache and stiffness in the neck got worse. I had a neck X-ray and head Computed Tomography (CT) scan on the following day. My condition stabilized and I was discharged three days later.

I felt unwell the next day, 2nd August 2013, and consulted Consultant Physician who suspected brain aneurysm and referred me to the 37 Military Hospital, Accra. I was admitted and had series of test including haematology and blood chemistry. I had a brain CT scan and received treatment for severe neck, head and ocular pains. My condition again stabilized and on 16th August, 2013 I was discharge home to continue treatment.

Routine Brain Angiography Scan 2018. So Far So Good.

The Founder Doris Yaa Osei undergoing Angiography during her routine check-up in 2018

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Stories From Our Lisa Foundation for Brain Aneurysms In The United States

Historic: Ghana performs first brain surgery without cutting skull

A seven-member team of Ghanaian doctors has performed the first-ever brain surgery in the country, without cutting the skull.

The minimally invasive brain surgery is the technique by which health workers safely remove brain and skull-base tumours through smaller and more precise openings that minimize collateral damage; that is, injury or other damage inflicted on an unintended target such as blood vessels and nerves.

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