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Thread: Michael Schumacher - Updates and well-wishes

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    all my thoughts and prayers are with him, i sincerely hope he can get through this
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    I can't believe we have to go through something like this again.

    Come on Michael.
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    Come on Schumi fight

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    Hang in there mate

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    Michael is a fighter, he will come through this.
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    Forza Michael. You have to resist this one :(

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    F1 Grid ‏@F1grid 1m
    Grenoble Hospital: "He suffered a severe head injury with coma on arrival, which required immediate neurosurgical intervention"

    Hang in there Schumi

    The induced coma, should/could help with the swelling of the brain.
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    This is such a shock. Come on Michael. Hang in there.

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    Wish I could be there with him in the hospital, this waiting and slow moving info is really hard to take. *sigh*
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    Gary Hartstein ‏@former_f1doc 12m
    So this is the usual "artificial coma". It IS a induced coma, but in fact it's like a prolonged, protective, anesthetic.

    Gary Hartstein ‏@former_f1doc 22m
    Quality of recovery depends on: 1) severity of initial injury 2) acuteness and amplitude of pressure rise when hematoma forms...

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    3) rapidity with which it is drained 4) quality of neuro intensive care and rehab
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    couple more tweets...

    Gary Hartstein ‏@former_f1doc 27m
    It's quite well known that extradural hematomas, a kind of cerebral hemorrhage, can leave a lucid interval after injury

    Gary Hartstein ‏@former_f1doc 26m
    Then as the hematoma forms, the sudden increase in pressure causes sudden and dramatic symptoms. Pressure must be relieved rapidly.
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    Come on Schumi, I can't take it :(

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    Very sad to here this news.

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    Andrew Marriott ‏@Pitlaneandy 39s
    Michael's friend and top neurosurgeon Gerard Saillant is at hospital in Genoble to oversee treatment.
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    Are you kidding me? Oh my god let this have a happy ending.

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    He is about as fit, strong and healthy as a person can possibly be. If anyone can get through this, he can.
    Forza Jules

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    Quote Originally Posted by Suzie View Post
    He is about as fit, strong and healthy as a person can possibly be. If anyone can get through this, he can.
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    F1 Grid ‏@F1grid 52s
    Ross Brawn has arrived at the Grenoble hospital to see Michael Schumacher
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    What a horrible thing. I read news few hours ago and though its not as serious, now open same article again and have to read this.
    Meanwhile, it either says something or just nothing that Alonso, Schumacher and Raikkonen have reputedly spared a F1 podium on five occasions and Fernando has stood on the top step on every occasion. He's F1's first among equals. (PG)

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    Jean Todt is also there...
    Professor Gerard Saillant, a close ally and friend of Schumacher, and his former Ferrari team boss Jean Todt are at the hospital.

    Prof Saillant is an expert in brain and spine injury. He oversaw Schumacher's medical care when the German broke his legs in the 1999 British GP.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Suzie View Post
    He is about as fit, strong and healthy as a person can possibly be. If anyone can get through this, he can.
    If there is one thing Michael taught us, is that we have to stay positive no matter what. Difficult as it may be, let's try to do that now.

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    As fans we went through this in 2009 with Felipe.
    Felipe did it so will Michael.
    He has all the good wishes and prayers of his fans wishing him well.
    Oh come on Michael


    Forza Jules

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    According to Autosprint, no more official releases from the Grenoble Hospital until tomorrow at 11:00. Seems like a long way.

    Time to remember his motto of "Never Give Up"!

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    Quote Originally Posted by leygan View Post
    According to Autosprint, no more official releases from the Grenoble Hospital until tomorrow at 11:00. Seems like a long way.

    Time to remember his motto of "Never Give Up"!
    It will be very hard to wait for news for that long! Come on Michael, vou can do it
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    Wow, is he ok? Sounds like it wasnt as bad as first reported.
    I was watching an old Monza where he won from Mika.
    I wish him a speedy recovery.

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    This is tremendously worrying. The reporting is so different that who knows what is going on. Come on Michael, pull through!

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    Pull through champ

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    Why has the news flow ended? Dr. Hartstein stopped tweeting as well... I hope that's not a bad sign.
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    This is not good. When I first heard the news it sounded like banging your head and have a headache for a few days, but this is very serious.....although I never have been a Schumacher fan at all, this is something you don't want to see happening to anyone. He is a husband and a father and now after all these years he finally had time to spend with them....
    I wish Michael and his family all the best and I hope they will get their loved one back in good health very soon.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nero Horse View Post
    Why has the news flow ended? Dr. Hartstein stopped tweeting as well... I hope that's not a bad sign.
    As of now really, be same news. As Schumi maybe/should be being operated on.

    Be press conference tomorrow at 11am CET on Schumis condition.
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