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Alex Zanardi, San Raffaele: "Significant clinical improvements"
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24 September 2020There are "significant progresses" in Alex Zanardi's conditions, in the face of which "the doctors reiterate, however, the persistence of a complex general clinical picture, on whose prognosis it is absolutely premature to unbalance".
This is what a note from the San Raffaele hospital in Milan states, where the former rider has been hospitalized since July 24, following the dramatic accident of June 19 aboard his handbike near Siena.
Zanardi "is facing a path of sub-intensive care", has "started a further surgical process aimed at craniofacial reconstruction" and "for several days he has undergone cognitive and motor rehabilitation sessions".
The IRCCS San Raffaele Hospital in Milan - reads the bulletin - informs that Mr. Alex Zanardi, hospitalized since July 24th, is undergoing a sub-intensive care program, prepared by a multidisciplinary team coordinated by professors Luigi Beretta, director of the Neuroreanimation, Mario Bussi, director of Otolaryngology, Sandro Iannaccone, director of Neurorehabilitation, and Pietro Mortini, director of Neurosurgery
A first intervention has already been successfully performed, a few days ago, by Professor Mario Bussi and is already planned for the next few weeks, a second intervention which will be performed by Professor Pietro Mortini.
In addition - the press release continues - for several days Alex Zanardi has undergone cognitive and motor rehabilitation sessions, with the administration of visual and acoustic stimuli, to which the patient responds with transient and initial signs of interaction with the environment "." of these significant advances, the doctors reiterate, however, the persistence of a complex general clinical picture, on whose prognosis it is absolutely premature to unbalance ", is the conclusion of the hospital bulletin.