Bills security Damar Hamlin stays hospitalized greater than per week after collapsing on the sphere from cardiac arrest however is again in Buffalo and is in “good spirits,” the group stated in its newest replace Tuesday.
Doctors with the University of Cincinnati Medical Center stated Hamlin returned to Buffalo on a flight Monday morning after assembly “key milestones” in his restoration, which included being taken off a ventilator and strolling round his hospital unit Friday.
“He has been up with physical therapy and occupational therapy, walking the unit, tolerating a regular diet, meeting with his family and many members of the care team that wanted to see how he was doing — all to get him to this point where he could be safely returned to Buffalo,” Dr. William A. Knight advised reporters throughout a press convention.
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The Bills stated the next day in an announcement posted to Twitter that Hamlin continues to endure testing at Buffalo General Medical Center’s Gates Vascular Institute.
“Damar Hamlin remains hospitalized but is in good spirits, at Buffalo General Medical Center/Gates Vascular Institute, a Kaleida Health facility in Buffalo, N.Y.,” the assertion stated. “Hamlin is going through a series of testing and evaluation today.”
Hamlin posted his personal replace on Twitter Tuesday and requested for his supporters’ continued prayers.
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Doctors stated Monday that whereas Hamlin is “doing well,” they’d not speculate about his future in soccer.
“He still has a little bit of a ways to go in terms of his ongoing recovery,” Dr. Knight stated.
“We’re thrilled to where he is today. He’s up. He’s walking around. He’s got an amazing, genuine sense of humor. And his family is amazing, and we’re happy he’s with them. But, in terms of any kind of conjecture to his future, that’s still significantly in the future, and it’s going to be up to Damar and a great team of physicians to help him.”
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Hamlin might be near his group when it hosts the No. 7 seed Miami Dolphins within the AFC wild-card spherical Sunday.