Vicente Fernández continues mobility in extremities, according to medical report

After 38 days of having entered the hCountry hospital 2000 from Guadalajara, Jalisco, Vicente Fernandez remains in the intensive care area and with absent peripheral mobility.

Despite the fact that the information on his health status had not been updated, this September 14 a medical report was revealed that confirmed that the ‘Charro de Huentitán‘already presented noticeable changes in his neurological state.

Vicente Fernandez He continues in the intensive care area due to the type of care he requires. In general, it has remained stable with noticeable changes in its neurological state, its evolution has been slow, but it has remained with a very discreet tendency towards improvement.

According to the statement shared on social networks, the respiratory status with tracheostomy in spontaneous modality continues to work progressively after the mechanical support was withdrawn.

“Inflammation of your airways secondary to associated descending assisted ventilation.”

They also confirmed that he remains without serious infections and continues to adequately tolerate feeding through the gastrostomy tube that was placed on August 30, however, swallowing is still altered.

Another aspect that attracted attention was that, so far, the iconic Mexican interpreter has not recovered mobility in his extremities, a state in which he entered the hospital on August 6 derived from a spectacular fall that he suffered at home, and for which he had serious fractures at the nape of the neck.

“Peripheral mobility absent. He continues physical rehabilitation, he sits in a recliner ”.

This was how the family Fernandez Abarca and the medical team that treats the singer, thanked the public for the interest and the expressions of affection that they have sent him after the unfortunate accident he suffered, they also reiterated that the medical information will only be presented through their social networks and with the prior consent of the family.

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