Michael Schumacher Zustand
Published: January 30, 2014
Michael Schumacher Zustand,Weeks after the tragic skiing accident of seven times Formula 1 World Champion Michael Schumacher neurosurgeons lose hope for a speedy recovery.
The seven-time Formula 1 world champion Michael Schumacher is after the unfortunate fall while skiing in Meribel on 29 December still in an artificial coma. With time dwindling hopes that the popular athlete is completely healthy again. Now the recovery phase has begun. The worst consequence would be a vegetative state syndrome – a potentially permanent vegetative state condition.
Formula 1 world champion Sebastian Vettel is still deeply upset when he thinks the tragic consequences of the ski accident in the record world champion Michael Schumacher and. “In the end it’s still a shock, because you do not know what happened to the Michael. What will happen to the person who is so good to know that you have come to appreciate, “said Vettel in an interview in Jerez de la Frontera,” to pray, it is hoped that the miracle happened, and that the same wakes up, as he was before. ”
For weeks, Michael Schumacher is located in the University Hospital in Grenoble in an artificial coma. He will be fed with probes, washed daily and over again reburied to prevent bedsores. Move physiotherapists and massage his muscles and joints also every day to stimulate blood circulation and to maintain flexibility.
The longer this state, the more uncertain is the recovery, so the doctors have now started to wake-up from the artificial coma. Schumacher’s spokeswoman Sabine Kehm manager and confirmed that on Thursday.