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Such a shame what happened to him, but if he had a heart defect considering the amount of fitness tests players have done on them; they would have picked up on it surely? Apparantly a heart specialist was in the ground, and tried to get onto the pitch because he knew what had happened? Can only hope he pulls through, a good talent wish the best for him and his family.

 


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Quote EaglesFan at 19 Mar 2012 12.01pm

Such a shame what happened to him, but if he had a heart defect considering the amount of fitness tests players have done on them; they would have picked up on it surely? Apparantly a heart specialist was in the ground, and tried to get onto the pitch because he knew what had happened? Can only hope he pulls through, a good talent wish the best for him and his family.

Heart problems are usually only discovered when something clearly goes wrong, which is why the specialist in the ground would've almost certainly known straight away that it was a cardiac arrest.

 


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Quote EaglesFan at 19 Mar 2012 12.01pm

Such a shame what happened to him, but if he had a heart defect considering the amount of fitness tests players have done on them; they would have picked up on it surely? Apparantly a heart specialist was in the ground, and tried to get onto the pitch because he knew what had happened? Can only hope he pulls through, a good talent wish the best for him and his family.

This will sound weird, but a defect doesn't mean it will be either picked up, or even of concern in terms of football. These kinds of things happen all the time, every day, across the country - And its not news.

Its just that on Saturday, it happened to involve a premier league footballer on live television, and so its news. The human mind associates the fact he had a spontanous heart attack with him being a footballer, because you experienced it, along with 12m other people.

As I said earlier, had this happened almost anywhere other than a football ground, he would have been dead on arrival (probably even before the Ambulance arrived. In fact FA changes to medical staffing requirements of football grounds, saved his life, as they require a specialist on hand, along with an ambulance, resperator and defib machine for players, managers and officals use.


 


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Quote Stuk at 19 Mar 2012 12.13pm

Quote EaglesFan at 19 Mar 2012 12.01pm

Such a shame what happened to him, but if he had a heart defect considering the amount of fitness tests players have done on them; they would have picked up on it surely? Apparantly a heart specialist was in the ground, and tried to get onto the pitch because he knew what had happened? Can only hope he pulls through, a good talent wish the best for him and his family.

Heart problems are usually only discovered when something clearly goes wrong, which is why the specialist in the ground would've almost certainly known straight away that it was a cardiac arrest.

Indeed, most medical conditions are only discovered after something goes wrong, indeed some forms of diagnosis require inducing the problem.

One thing I've learned from watching House, there is no diagnosis specality in medicine. People tend to think of medicine as a precise science, it isn't, its applied science, so theres always a degree of interpretation, and 'informed guess work'. The rarer the disorder, the longer it will take to diagnose and the more likely they are to misdiagnose.

This is why people still die of menegeitis.

 


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Nice touch by Madrid yesterday for Muamba and Abidal:

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From SSN: "Muamba showing small signs of improvement". Doesn't need a machine or medication to make his heart beat. Also, movement in his arms and legs. Really hoping he pulls through.

Edited by acolcpfc (19 Mar 2012 3.37pm)

 


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Lets hope so, the important factor will be how long he went without breathing and how much damage that has done, I guess, now that his heart is working.

 


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Quote jamiemartin721 at 19 Mar 2012 3.45pm

Lets hope so, the important factor will be how long he went without breathing and how much damage that has done, I guess, now that his heart is working.

Yep, hopefully the artificial breathing kept oxygen going to everywhere vital.

 


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BBC Sport's link - Fabrice Muamba shows 'small signs of improvement'

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Lets hope these are the small steps to a full recovery.

Good luck Fabrice Muamba.

 


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amazing how in peoples hour of need only then do they turn to God.

Just saying this in General.

 

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i was at work when i heard the news and was very upset,we all take life for granted and something like this what happened to Fabrice makes you think,get well soon mate,everyone's praying for you.

 

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Quote eaglesdare at 19 Mar 2012 5.30pm

amazing how in peoples hour of need only then do they turn to God.

Just saying this in General.


Agree! The bandwagons people get on are ridiculous. But lets not get onto that argument. Lets just hope Fabrice Muamba makes a full recovery. Watching it happen live on Saturday was shocking.

 

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