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舒马赫毫无苏醒迹象 医生担心成植物人

2014-01-17    来源:MailOnline    【      美国外教 在线口语培训

英国《每日邮报》报道,德国F1传奇车手舒马赫自去年12月29日在法国滑雪撞伤头部后,至今仍无苏醒迹象,专家担心他可能陷入永久昏迷状态。德国当地报纸报道,舒马赫目前病情仍十分危急,医院也没有办法将其唤醒。车王昏迷18天以来,其工作团队和医疗小组始终缄默不语,更引发外界担忧。

神经外科专家齐格认为现在情况复杂,很难预测舒马赫需要多长时间才能恢复意识,他也有可能再也醒不过来。另一名神经外科专家芬克表示,如果舒马赫头部伤情严重,他也可能继续保持人工昏迷状态,而且视出血点位置不同,即使恢复意识,他也有可能出现偏瘫、语言障碍或人格转变。舒马赫的妻子科琳娜和两个孩子一直在法国陪伴在他的病床左右。


Fears grow that Michael Schumacher will be in a coma for the rest of his life because he has still not recovered enough to be woken.Fears are growing in Germany that stricken F1 legend Michael Schumacher may be in a coma for the rest of his life.

German weekly news magazine Focus reported that 'Schumacher could be in a coma forever' after speaking with experts on his condition.  Bild newspaper also reported that his condition is so grave that there are currently no plans to wake him.

He has been in an artificially induced state of unconsciousness for 18 days now and the silence from his management and the medical teams treating him in Grenoble, France, lead many to fear the worst.

The coma means that oxygen to his brain is reduced, therefore it works less and is better placed to recover from the injuries sustained during a low-speed ski accident on December 29. 

But Schumacher, 44, has not recovered anywhere near sufficiently to be awoken from his coma, leading to the speculation that he might be committed to it for the rest of his days.

Patients placed in such comas are usually brought out of them after one to two weeks.


'There may have been complications', said neurosurgeon Andreas Zieger of the University Clinic for neurosurgery in Oldenburg to Focus magazine. 

'We should not speculate here. Ultimately, we are talking about life and death. A coma can in theory be maintained for a lifetime. It won’t hurt the human brain.'

But side effects include anaesthetic increasingly stressing the liver, muscle breakdown and rises in intracranial pressure as a result of cerebrospinal fluid not circulating efficiently.

Professor Zieger added: 'Brain injuries are among the most complicated injuries that can happen to the human body. 

'Predictions about how long a person might be in a coma or potential complications are seldom reliable.'

Cologne neurological expert Professor Gereon Fink fears that his long coma indicates serious damage in the brain and that his condition remains critical.

'He assumes that Michael Schumacher’s health condition is apparently worse than hoped for,' reported a news website.

'If the injuries are so severe that it would harm the patient, he is kept longer in the medically induced coma,' said professor Fink.

'Depending on where bleeding has taken place can lead to unilateral paralysis, speech disorders or personality changes.'

Schumacher, whose wife Corinna and two children are maintaining a constant bedside vigil in France, has undergone two operations since the accident at the resort of Meribel and has undergone fresh scans this week.

German media said that the risk of brain haemorrhage remain high and why he is still classified as critically ill.

His catastrophic accident has already had a knock-on effect for some current racing drivers who, according to Bild newspaper, have now been issued with a list of off-track activities they are now banned from undertaking.

Bild says skiing, motocross and motorbike riding are out.

Red Bull, it reports, has banned driver Daniel Ricciardo from surfing in the sea off his hometown of Perth in Australia because of the danger of shark attacks.

Ferrari says it has issued no such directives to its drivers saying: 'We trust our drivers to be able to decide what is dangerous and what is not.'(MailOnline)


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