“112”: doctors managed to stop the spread of necrosis in figure skater Roman Kostomarov
Doctors managed to stop the spread of necrosis in the Olympic champion in ice dancing Roman Kostomarov. This became known to the Telegram channel “112”.
According to the source, the cerebral circulation of the athlete, who is conscious, returned to normal, and his tracheostomy was sewn up. It is noted that doctors do not plan new operations in the near future.
The source adds that now doctors are paying special attention to the figure skater’s liver, which needs recovery after exposure to potent drugs.
On March 23, Moskovsky Komsomolets, citing a source in the hospital, reported that several fingers on Kostomarov’s left hand had been removed. Later, the choreographer Ilya Averbukh said that the skater’s health was improving, and he recorded a voice message for him.
Kostomarov was hospitalized on 10 January. He was diagnosed with left-sided pneumonia in combination with influenza B. According to Moskovsky Komsomolets, the skater was amputated with both feet, then the shins of both legs, as well as the entire right hand. RT reported that the athlete was being prepared for prosthetics.
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