Hamlin Damar, an NFL player, has been released from the University of Cincinnati Medical Center (UCMC) after being admitted in critical condition following an emergency situation during the first week.
Doctors William Knight and Timothy Pritts announced that they were “proud” and “thrilled” to transfer Hamlin to a hospital in Buffalo, where he would continue his recovery with a team of caregivers, in order to conduct tests and determine the cause of Hamlin’s cardiac arrest in the western city of New York.
The 24-year-old said that Hamlin’s medical team in Cincinnati mentioned that he was doing well and had moved on to the next stage of his recovery. He also passed a test every day for seven days.
Hamlin shared on social platforms that the employees at Buffalo General Medical Center had already made him feel welcomed.
Hamlin will be under the care of a medical team in Buffalo, with planned communication between doctors in the two cities for several days.
Following the weekend, Hamlin initiated a routine eating plan and engaged in walking. He interacted with family, doctors, and teammates, and subsequently transitioned from relying on a ventilator to independently breathing. The doctors indicated that Hamlin’s recovery was within the expected range, or potentially even slightly ahead.
Hamlin is “neurologically sound” and walking normally, although slightly weak after his stay in the hospital.
On Monday, in AEDT time, England’s New England team triumphed over Buffalo, securing a 35-23 victory. The game featured impressive touchdowns from Buffalo’s running back, Hines Nyheim, who also excelled in kick-off returns. Even the doctors watching the game were astounded by Buffalo’s performance.
This included the initial kickoff of the match.
“He was extremely thrilled and feels greatly encouraged by the overwhelming display of affection,” Dr Pritts expressed.
If they defeat Baltimore, they have the potential to face the Bengals once more, provided they emerge victorious in that matchup. The Bills concluded the regular season against New England and will face Miami in the opening week of the playoffs after their second-to-last regular season game against the Cincinnati Bengals was canceled due to Hamlin’s sudden collapse.
Last week, during the first quarter of the game, trainers from the Bills performed life-saving procedures on the field in Cincinnati’s intensive care unit at Hamlin Reach UCMC.
He insisted on performing CPR on the field and utilizing a defibrillator immediately after executing a tackle with 5:58 remaining in the opening quarter. Dr. Knight IV characterized it as an exemplary resuscitation effort, expressing his desire for this incident to inspire more individuals to undergo CPR training.
The doctors said that it is entirely too premature to discuss his return to football, if he decides to play again, it would significantly be getting him back on focus with current health and into the future.