Nadezhda Lebedeva/Russian lookPositive dynamics are observed in the state of Olympic champion Roman Kostomarov. This was told to TASS by a source close to the situation.
The athlete was hospitalized on January 10 for pneumonia: he was immediately sent to intensive care. Doctors had to put the skater into medical sleep in a hospital in Kommunarka. Later it became known that Kostomarov’s foot and several fingers had been amputated. He also had to endure a spasm of the cerebral vessels, but the doctors reacted in time and saved the day.
It became known that the athlete’s condition began to improve. The skater even began to communicate with his relatives:
“In Kostomarov State, the positive dynamics remain. Roman’s left hand is under the constant supervision of a doctor, there is no talk of an operation yet. He is in contact with his relatives.
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