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13-year-old brain lifeless after tonsil surgery A routine tonsillectomy may have gone a 13-year-old female brain dead, according to her family members who are longing for a miracle. Her grandmother noticed bleeding from her mouth and nose after the procedure, and the girl reportedly soon proceeded to go into cardiac arrest. Instead of going home, she remains hospitalized on a ventilator without brain activity. Some children can ho house hours after surgery, according to the National Institutes of Wellness. Our hearts go out to her family members, and you want to support them during this extremely difficult time.?.