Michael Schumacher has been under intensive care and his condition was critical a few days back. Doctors said that he is fighting to stay alive. Now, his condition has improved.
The Formula One champion is finally showing signs of recovering and the doctors are positive that his condition is improving.
Michael Schumacher suffered a head-injury in a skiing accident while he was vacationing in the French Alps.
However, Michal continues to remain in intensive care at a hospital in Grenoble as the doctor keep monitoring his condition.
Doctors say Schumacher, who is being kept in a medically induced coma, is still “not out of danger”.
An initial scan on Monday night showed “an improved situation” and indicated a window of opportunity for a second operation, doctors said.
The family took the “difficult decision” to give consent for the procedure, and surgeons operated on Schumacher for about two hours.
“We can’t say he is out of danger but… we have gained a bit of time,” Dr Jean-Francois Payen said on Tuesday. “The coming hours are crucial.
“All the family is very much aware that his state is still sensitive and anything can happen.”
Doctors said it was impossible to give a prognosis for his condition in the coming days and months.