Schumacher in a coma more than 100 days, was transferred to the...

Schumacher in a coma more than 100 days, was transferred to the rehabilitation unit


Seven-time champion “Formula 1” Michael Schumacher transferred to the rehabilitation department clinics in the French city of Grenoble.Doctors prepare riders to procedures that should allow him to withdraw from a coma, reports RIA “Novosti” with reference to the German magazine Bunte.

It is reported that the chances of recovery are low, however, according to the famous German physician Christoph Specht, “from time to time may occur unexpectedly positive developments, when patients after many years out of the coma. And the better physical condition of the patient, the higher the chances,” reports Agency “Latest News” .

Last week, the German rehabilitation clinic in Allensbahe has denied that former NASCAR driver is in its walls. According to the agency DPA, Schumacher remains in Grenoble – so far it has been observed in the department of neurology.

Earlier, in April, there were reports about the positive dynamics of recovery Schumacher. The channel RTL citing manager Sabina Who rider to the delight of fans sounded message that Schumacher came out of the coma. However, a few days later it turned out that the desired has been issued for real. “I never spoke to these reporters,” – Who said, denying information that Schumacher periodically wakes up.

For 117 days, that Schumacher is in a coma, he lost 20 pounds, which caused serious concern of physicians. According to doctors, weight loss in a coma – normal, but 20 pounds – it’s too much. Previously, doctors also expressedconcerns that came out of an artificial coma, Schumacher will fall into a natural and will always remain in a vegetative state.

Recall Schumacher injured, riding in the ski resort of Meribel in December 2013. Version of the German magazine Stern doctors made ​​some egregious errors in the rescue of a driver that affected the process of regeneration. In particular, physicians did not accurately assessed the severity of injuries of the rider, as he was conscious, and slow to conduct intubation and surgery.