Damar Hamlin discharged from Buffalo Hospital.
Damar Hamlin discharged from hospital after nine days suffering a cardiac arrest during the Buffalo Bills game against the Cincinnati Bengals.
He will continue his rehabilitation at home and with the Bills; Hamlin had been moved from a Cincinnati hospital to Buffalo on Monday.
Hamlin went through a medical evaluation as well as of some sorts of cardiac, neurological and vascular tests on Tuesday.
Jamie Cadler MD, a critical care physician and chief quality officer at Kaleida Health, and care team lead of Hamlin said that “We have completed series of tests and evaluation and in consultation with the team physicians, we are confident that he will be discharged soon.
The 24-year-old collapsed on the field in the first quarter of the Bills-Bengals clash and suddenly required treatment, including CPR, for 10 minutes.
Before being taken to University of Cincinnati Medical Center, where he was intubated and declared in critical condition.
On January 5, he showed some improvement and also hold the hands of some of his family members.
Doctors at the hospital wants to determine the reason behind his Cardiac Arrest said before his discharge.
Doctors did not reveal the cause of Hamilon Cardiac Arrest till now.
“Special thank-you to Buffalo General it’s been nothing but love since arrival! Keep me in y’all prayers please!” Hamlin tweeted Tuesday.
Hamlin was on ventilator when he admitted at the hospital.
The Breathing Tube was removed, and Hamlin began walking with some help by that afternoon, his doctors said Monday.
The health care team focused on stabilizing Hamlin and upgraded his condition on Monday.
Because his organ systems were stable and he no longer needed intensive nursing or respiratory therapy, doctors said.
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