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Wednesday 19 November 2014
The parents of Jules Bianchi, Philippe and Christine, would like to provide the following information regarding Julesâ medical care, by way of an update to the media and his fans.
“Almost seven weeks after Julesâ accident at Suzuka Circuit, and following a challenging period of neurological intensive care, we are able to announce that Jules has made an important step.
Jules is no longer in the artificial coma in which he was placed shortly after the accident, however he is still unconscious. He is breathing unaided and his vital signs are stable, but his condition is still classified as âcriticalâ. His treatment now enters a new phase concerned with the improvement of his brain function.
Julesâ neurological condition remains stable. Although the situation continues to be serious, and may remain so, it was decided that Jules was sufficiently stable to be repatriated to his native France. We are relieved, therefore, to confirm that Jules was transferred aeromedically last night from the Mie Prefectural General Medical Center in Yokkaichi, Japan, to Le Centre Hospitalier Universitaire de Nice (CHU), where he arrived just a short time ago. Jules is now in the intensive care unit of Professors Raucoules and Ichai, where his care will also be monitored by Professor Paquis, Head of Neurosurgery Service.
We are thankful that the next phase of Julesâ treatment can continue close to home, where he can be surrounded and supported by his wider family and friends. We have nothing but praise for the outstanding care provided by the Mie Prefectural General Medical Center since the accident. We owe the medical staff there an enormous debt of gratitude for everything they have done for Jules, and also for our family, during what is a very difficult time for us. In particular, we would like to extend our thanks to Doctors Kamei and Yamamichi, and also to Mr Ogura, all part of the team of personnel caring for Jules in Japan.â
Notes to Editors:
At this stage there are no plans for any media interviews, therefore the family kindly asks for the continued support of the media by requesting that they do not attend the hospital. It is important to the family that the rest of the hospital be allowed to function normally and that respect is shown for the other patients, their families and the hospital staff.
In line with the familyâs commitment to the media since the time of Julesâ accident, all information will be issued unilaterally via press releases. The family remains committed to providing continued updates when appropriate.
The parents of Jules Bianchi, Philippe and Christine, would like to provide the following update regarding Julesâ medical situation:
âAs we reach the conclusion of a difficult year for our family, we wanted to take this opportunity to provide a further update regarding Julesâ medical situation, per our pledge to communicate continued information, when appropriate, to his many fans.
âIt was a significant and very comforting step for us to be able to bring Jules home to France last month, to continue his rehabilitation surrounded by his family and friends. This is very important for Jules and also for us.
âSince that time, Jules has received the very best treatment in the Intensive Care Unit of Le Centre Hospitalier Universitaire de Nice (CHU) and now at the CHUâs rehabilitation centre for this kind of trauma.
âJulesâ neurological status remains unchanged; he is unconscious but able to breathe unaided. Whilst there is no significant information to report, we take a great deal of comfort from the fact that Jules continues to fight, as we knew he would, and this has enabled the medical professionals caring for him to commence the planned, but very painstaking, programme of rehabilitation therapy.
âAs we reflect on the events of the past few months, we would like to acknowledge once again the overwhelming warmth and affection shown towards our son. These continue to be challenging times for our family, but the knowledge that he has touched the lives of so many people all around the world has helped us through.
âWe would also like to acknowledge the respect and support shown by the media towards our family during this time, for which we are extremely grateful.
âWe will continue to provide information when it is possible to do so and our sincere appreciation to everyone who continues to pray for Jules.â