Roman Kostomarov survived a second stroke.
Photo: Vladimir VELENGURIN
Roman Kostomarov survived a second stroke. The Olympic champion is in intensive care. Sepsis cannot be stopped. He was diagnosed with secondary meningitis.
Roman Kostomarov had a second stroke, which caused the blockage of blood vessels in the brain. The figure skater in intensive care underwent “blood purification” using plasmapheresis, writes 112.
“A nosocomial infection could aggravate Kostomarov’s condition. The problem is in the processing of rooms and ventilation, as well as Pseudomonas aeruginosa,” the source was quoted as saying by Channel Five.
There was also information that the skater could hardly breathe without a fan. The athlete underwent a CT scan. The doctors did not find a strong edema on Kostomarov’s head.