According to Daily Mail and Daily Mirror, Schumacher is no longer bedridden and does not need to maintain vital signs through intubation.
However, the news has not yet been confirmed by Schumachers family and the economic and medical team.
In May this year, the Spanish media diariogol reported that Alonso visited Schumacher and said that the Kings health remained unchanged. He was still able to survive on a ventilator. His weight dropped to less than 45 kilograms and his height dropped from 1.174 to 1.160 meters.
Previously, German media reported that Chewangs life was sustained by expensive medical technology. Schumachers wife hired a 15-member medical team to take care of her husband 24 hours a day in order to revive him.
Schumacher and his wife.
According to Diariogol, the cost of hiring the medical team is as high as 100,000 euros a week.
To this end, Schumachers wife, Corina, sold a villa and a private jet. According to British media statistics, Corinna has spent about 20 million euros.
However, according to the British Times, Schumachers career income has reached 700 million euros, and there are many investments. The Chewang family should be free from financial distress for the time being.
External media explosive.
The beginning and end of Schumachers treatment:
On December 29, 2013, Schumacher was rushed to a local hospital after a skiing accident in the French Alps, where his head hit a rock badly.
On December 30, 2013, Schumacher developed symptoms of cerebral hemorrhage. Doctors had craniotomy and hypotension surgery on his head overnight. Granoble Hospital issued a statement saying that King Che was seriously injured and that he was in a coma.
On December 31, 2013, after Schumachers operation, he fell into an artificial coma. Doctors said the next 48 hours will be decisive. Two days later, Granoble Hospital announced that Schumacher was temporarily out of danger, but when he would wake up was unknown.
On January 30, 2014, the doctor started the wake-up procedure for Schumacher, but Schumacher did not respond for the time being. The broker said the process could take a long time.
On March 8, 2014, German media said that several well-known brain experts in Europe had exchanged views with Schumachers wife and brother, indicating that Schumacher was unlikely to recover and would probably be in a vegetative state for the rest of his life. Schumachers family did not say anything about it for the time being.
On April 4, 2014, Schumachers agent, Sabin, issued a statement saying that Schumacher showed occasional signs of consciousness and awakening, and is moving in a better direction. After visiting Schumacher, Massa and others also said that Schumachers eyes had occasionally moved and he could feel the external environment.
In May 2014, Schumachers family and brokers fell into a long period of silence, and the outside worlds concerns were growing. Some people, including former mentors Briatore and former F1 chief medical unit, worry that Schumacher may never recover.
On June 13, 2014, Schumachers agent, Sabin, said: King Che of Germany has officially been out of danger of life and has left the intensive care unit, but it is still unknown when he will recover.
Since 2014, Schumacher has been under the close care of his family.
Source of this article: Peng Ling News Responsible Editor: Luting_NS5242