Jules Bianchi who raced for Marussia F1 team is finally out of medically induced coma and has been aero-medically
transferred from Yokkiaichi to Nice University Hospital in France.
a statement from the Bianchi family on November 19h, 2014, Jules
Bianchi remains in an unconscious and critical condition, but is breathing
by the family read; “Jules is no longer
in the artificial coma in which he was placed shortly after the accident,
however he is still unconscious. He is breathing unaided and his vital signs
are stable, but his condition is still classified as ‘critical’. His treatment
now enters a new phase concerned with the improvement of his brain function.”
“Jules’ neurological condition remains stable.
Although the situation continues to be serious, and may remain so, it was
decided that Jules was sufficiently stable to be repatriated to his native
France. We are relieved, therefore, to confirm that Jules was transferred
aeromedically last night from the Mie Prefectural General Medical Center in
Yokkaichi, Japan, to Le Centre Hospitalier Universitaire de Nice (CHU), where
he arrived just a short time ago. Jules is now in the intensive care unit of
Professors Raucoules and Ichai, where his care will also be monitored by
Professor Paquis, Head of Neurosurgery Service. “
family highly praised the care provided for Jules in Japan, also showed their
gratefulness towards the treatment that will continue for the driver in France.
added; “We are thankful that the next
phase of Jules’ treatment can continue close to home, where he can be
surrounded and supported by his wider family and friends,”
“We have nothing but praise for the outstanding care
provided by the Mie Prefectural General Medical Center since the accident. We
owe the medical staff there an enormous debt of gratitude for everything they
have done for Jules, and also for our family, during what is a very difficult
time for us. In particular, we would like to extend our thanks to Doctors Kamei
and Yamamichi, and also to Mr Ogura, all part of the team of personnel caring
for Jules in Japan.”
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