F1 » Schumacher ‘still in wake up phase’


The first official statement on Michael Schumacher's condition in over three weeks says he "is still in the wake up phase"

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eff1nutta

March 07, 2014 5:06 PM

as much as i hope he gets better, i fear for the worst. ever since the accident all they have said is "stable"

stable means not getting worse, but it also means not getting better. it's now march.... i feel it could be bad times ahead.

good luck to him, he is a legend

ProfessorX

March 07, 2014 5:16 PM

they aint saying much, and they probably won't say much if/when he recovers/comes out of the drug induced coma. I am sure there are some complications, probably with clotting. Hope he at least has some time with his family.

Taipan

March 07, 2014 5:25 PM

There's an article in La Gazzetta dello Sport (who generally tell the truth) claiming that Michael is now breathing without a respirator. It can't be taken as fact as it's not come from his management but it would be nice if there was some truth to it.

107SS2009

March 07, 2014 7:50 PM

Michael's manager, “Michael is out of danger, but the condition is still serious and so it is difficult to say all the risks are gone, but it is clear his condition is no longer as sensitive as at first”.
Allievi, The children have now returned to school, Totd and Brawn are alternating at his bedside, speaking to him in English, recordings of pit-radio conversations and engine sounds are played, The expressions on his face sometimes change.

richard

March 07, 2014 8:06 PM

see what happen with rumours? it is difficult to know what is the true position.
omah and runnah have one view point, ty and sunny are more positive.

the only reasonably sure thing is that when schumi awakes, it will be a very long time before we know how bad the damage is. his rehab would take years and he is probably suffering muscle atrophy.

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