Michael Schumacher suffered ‘fresh health scare amid move to hospital in Paris’

Michael Schumacher suffered ‘fresh health scare amid move to hospital in Paris’


The video will start in 8 Cancel Michael Schumacher has reportedly suffered a fresh health scare before his latest move to a hospital in Paris The F1 legend has arrived in the French capital to undergo pioneering cell therapy surgery after it was postponed over the summer, it is claimed Schumacher supposedly suffered an “unexpected health problem” over his condition The 50-year-old is reported to have arrived at the George Pompidou hospital to undergo a new wave of treatment after his horror ski crash Seven-time world champ Schumacher has not been seen since the accident in December 2013, which left him in an induced coma His family have been secretive about his condition, and repeatedly asserted that Schumacher’s health is not a “public matter” He is now in the care of Professor Philippe Menasche, a cardiac surgeon specialising in stem cell research The stricken racer has reportedly made two visits Paris from his home in Switzerland over the summer According to Le Parisien newspaper, Schumacher was first inspected by Professor Menasche, 69, at the Pitie-Salpetriere hospital, where he is a director of the Brain and Spinal Cord Institute, and then transferred to the George Pompidou The news outlet reported: “At the end of last July, the driver was due to return for a new session at the Georges Pompidou European Hospital “But an unexpected health problem prevented this. The treatment was postponed to the beginning of this week, when Professor Menasche got back from holiday ” Schumacher will receive stem cells to obtain an anti-inflammatory effect throughout his system on Tuesday, Le Parisien suggests Professor Menasche is known to perform surgery in the morning, before devoting his afternoons to laboratory research He is best known for performing the world’s first embryonic cell transplant on a patient with heart failure in 2014 Schumacher hit his head on a rock and suffered a traumatic brain injury in a fall, as he skied near Meribel along with his son Mick in the French Alps Le Parisien reported: “It was at 3:40 pm on Monday that a stretcher arrived on the first floor of the Georges Pompidou European Hospital ” There was a blue cloth on Schumacher that “completely covered his body and face”, as he was taken into the Continuous Monitoring Unit of the Cardiovascular Surgery Department The security contingent was “made up of about ten people,” the news outlet reported, adding that Professor Menache was “in charge of the group” Schumacher had originally arrived in a blue and yellow ambulance registered in Geneva The treatment should take a few hours on Tuesday morning, with Schumacher returning home on Wednesday In turn, Professor Menasche said details of Schumacher’s treatment would remain “secret” for reasons of medical confidentiality German Archbishop Georg Gänswein has visited Schumacher regularly, and said he is constantly looked after by his wife, Corinna, 50, and their daughter Gina-Marie, 22, and Mick, now 20 The Roman Catholic priest said in an interview last year: “He senses that loving people are around him, caring for him and, thank God, keeping the overly curious public away ” Schumacher remains the most successful driver in the history of F1, winning two titles with Benetton and five with Ferrari He holds the all time record for race wins with 91, and also won 68 pole positions and 77 fastest laps The legend retired from the sport in 2006, but had brief return from 2010 to 2012 with Mercedes His son Mick is now racing in F2 and hoping to follow his dad’s footsteps into F1 Family spokeswoman Sabine Kehm declined to comment on the developments


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