In case you didn’t encounter a sudden severe headache today!
A 46-year-old female patient presented with severe headache. BP: 178/88 mmHg, HR: 103 bpm, RR: 22/min, T: 37, SpO2: 98% in room air. She has no history of disease. She is unconscious (GCS E1, V3, M4). No obvious lateralized motor deficit. Bedside gluco-check is normal. You intubated her to secure airway and send her to the CT (above image). What is your next action?