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Haiti - Boxing : Adonis Stevenson should get out, but will not go back on a ring
06/12/2018 07:56:29

Haiti - Boxing : Adonis Stevenson should get out, but will not go back on a ring
Wednesday, December 5, 5 days after the hospitalization of Quebec boxer Adonis Stevenson (41 years) of Haitian origin, placed under controlled sedation (artificial coma) after a traumatic brain injury following his KO on December 1st https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-26282-haiti-flash-the-haitian-boxer-adonis-superman-at-the-hospital-in-critical-condition-update.html Dr. Turgeon, specialist in intensive care and anesthesiologist and doctor of Adonis, said in a press conference "I think he will get out of this [...] But he suffered a severe traumatic brain injury and the majority of people are coping with sequelae. It is difficult to get an idea of ​​his prognosis at the moment, but it is quite possible that he will have sequelae."

"It is much too early to make a short, medium or long term prognosis [...] what matters is not having a prognosis in two weeks. The important thing is the prognosis in six months and in one year." As for the possibility of seeing Adonis back in the ring one day, his doctor says, "I think it was already over for him."

"Although critical, his condition is still stable [...] His condition requires mechanical respiratory support, deep sedation and specialized neurological monitoring," said Dr. Turgeon adding, "We're coming to the end of the most critical, which hopefully will be completed by the end of the week. "

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