Damar Hamlin showed ‘significant improvement’ in past 24 hours, doctors say: NPR
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Buffalo Bills safety Damar Hamlin, who went into cardiac arrest in Monday’s game, has shown “significant” and “remarkable” improvement over the past 24 hours, according to his doctors and team.
“Although he is still critically ill, he has shown that he appears to be neurologically healthy,” he added. said the Buffalo Bills, said the 24-year-old man, referring to the doctors of the University of Cincinnati Medical Center, where he is being treated. “His lungs are healing and he’s making steady progress.”
UCMC echoed this declaration Thursday, they thanked the Buffalo Bills and the fans for their support.
After Hamlin’s heart stopped beating after what appeared to be a normal heartbeat, first responders revived him by performing CPR in front of teammates and fans. Hamlin’s brother, Dorrian Glenn, said doctors had to restart Hamlin’s heart a second time when he arrived at the hospital.
Hamlin’s father, Mario Hamlin, spoke with the Buffalo Bills on Wednesday and gave an update on Hamlin’s progress. This was reported by ESPN.
The Bills-Bengals game was postponed with six minutes left in the first quarter and will not resume this week. The NFL has not decided to postpone the game.
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