Michael Schumacher, 2014
Michael Schumacher is "showing small signs of progress", his spokeswoman said Sunday, with the Formula One legend slowly recovering from devastating brain injuries suffered in a ski accident.
Michael Schumacher, a seven-time Formula One champion, who is still staying in a medically-induced long-term coma, has started to respond to voices, the Motorsport news reports. The report also says that he can establish an eye contact now. Earlier Schumacher’s manager Sabine Kem said that after three months of the medically – induced coma he had started to gradually regain consciousness.
Seven-times Formula 1 motor racing world champion Michael Schumacher, who suffered serious head injuries in a December skiing accident, is making progress and showing signs of waking from an artificial coma, his agent said on Friday.
The wife of the famous German F1racer Michael Schumacher, Corinna, is due to have a fully equipped medical suite built in their family home. The suite will cost 10 million pounds, or 16 million dollars. According to the British media, the medical suite will be located in their home on the bank of Lake Geneva, Switzerland.
Formula One legend Michael Schumacher has reportedly lost 25 percent of his body weight and is wasting away after 83 days in medically induced coma. He was put into coma after getting serious brain injuries during skiing in French resort of Meribel.
Michael Schumacher's conditions remains unchanged as he continues the process of waking up, his manager said Sunday. "Michael is still in the recovery phase - in other words, he has not woken up yet," his manager Sabine Kehm told television channel RTL in an interview.
Felipe Massa will display a message of support for Michael Schumacher at Sunday's Australian Grand Prix, the first Formula One race since a skiing accident left the German legend fighting for his life. The Brazilian driver, a former teammate of Schumacher's with Ferrari, has said he will drive with the initials "MS" emblazoned on his helmet for the season opener in Melbourne.
There are small signs of encouragement in Michael Schumacher's condition but the former Formula 1 star still faces a long fight to recover after suffering brain damage in a skiing accident, his agent said on Wednesday. "We are and remain confident that Michael will pull through and will wake up," his agent and spokeswoman Sabine Kehm said in a written statement.
Michael Schumacher's condition remains unchanged as he continues the process of waking up, his manager said Friday.
Michael Schumacher’s process of slow waking-up from artificial coma are put on hold because of "complications" that have not been announced by doctors, Germany's news magazine Focus reports.
French investigators said Monday that Formula One legend Michael Schumacher's ski accident in the French Alps was not due to safety breaches by the ski station or faulty material.
Michael Schumacher's manager says the seven-time Formula One champion is still in the process of waking up from an induced coma following a skiing accident on December 29.
Michael Schumacher's manager Sabine Kehm has called reports about the Formula 1 legend’s alleged pneumonia as “speculations,” N24 channel says. The statement comes after German press claimed the seven-time world racing champion had contracted pneumonia while lying in coma at a French hospital in Grenoble.
Seven-time Formula One Champion Michael Schumacher is gradually being woken from his month-long medically induced coma. Unconfirmed reports suggest he has responded positively to neurological tests and instructions this week. However, the recovery process could take months or even years. Martyn Boutelle, Professor of Biomedical Sensors Engineering, Senior Tutor at the Department of Bioengineering at the Imperial College in London, comments.
Michael Schumacher is blinking and "responding to instructions" as he is slowly brought out of a month-long coma, media reports. He has undergone a number of neurological exams since Monday and has responded ‘positively’, according to French newspaper L'Equipe.
Michael Schumacher's manager says doctors have started the process of bringing the former Formula One champion out of the coma he has been in since a skiing accident a month ago.
Michael Schumacher's manager declined to comment Wednesday on reports that doctors in France have begun the process of bringing the Formula One legend out of an artificial coma, one month after his skiing accident.
Positive results have been observed regarding the health of seven-time Formula-1 world champion Michael Schumacher, L'Equipe informs. Doctors of the clinic in Grenoble, where the German racer is still in a coma after a serious head injury, have put Schumacher in the so-called phase of gradual awakening.
Michael Schumacher will be a completely different person if he survives the severe head injuries he suffered in a skiing accident in December, brain injury specialist said. "If Schumacher survives, he will not be Schumacher," Richard Greenwood of the University College London Hospital said.