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Bobbi Kristina Brown latest update: Whitney Houston’s little girl struggling, on life support

Bobbi Kristina Brown latest update: Whitney Houston’s little girl struggling, on life support

Bobbi Kristina Brown latest update: Whitney Houston’s little girl struggling, on life support

Bobbi Kristina Brown’s health is showing no sign of improvement. For the last several weeks Whitney Houston’s daughter is under medication as she is being kept on under medically induced coma at the Emory University Hospital.

She might have never thought that her health will become so much controversial. After the unfortunate death of her mother, the girl actually never received this amount of publicity that she is getting at the moment.

But alas, she is not conscious to see as to how much people love and care for her. Almost all her relatives are getting disproportionate amount of media and they are doing everything that could attract attention.

It is needless to say that this year and her mother’s day Hospital officials haven’t released any health bulletin or update about the daughter of Whitney Houston who was taken to the hospital after being found unresponsive in a bathtub at her home in downtown Atlanta. For around forty days she is struggling for her life at Emory University Hospital. I am not sure why hospital authorities are not releasing details about her health. This will put a full stop on rumors being spread by different people in her family”. Reports suggest Bristina’s after her father Bobby Brown and her maternal grandmother Cissy Houston are involved in round the clock vigil and the two are in hospital almost without a break ever since she was taken there.bobbi-kristina-brown

On the other hand there are people who believe that Bobbi may still come back to life. Dr. Sasan Yadegar, Neurosurgical Director with Dignity Health Northridge Hospital and Trauma Center said, “In the best of circumstances, what happens with these patients is that you expect the first thing to return is some respiratory function, the second thing to return is their eyes may open. They may not follow commands but their eyes may open. The third thing is movement of the upper and lower extremities. That is not to commands, but due to some type of stimulus. And then slowly, and God willing, they start following some commands.”

Bobbi Kristina Brown continues to struggle to heal while in a coma following a near-drowning in a bathtub on January 31 of this year. The incident so closely resembles the events surrounding the death of her mother, Whitney Houston, three years ago that it has left many wondering if Whitney’s death was an accident, after all. Bobby Brown and Cissy Houston, Bobbi Kristina’s father and grandmother, have been by her side consistently throughout her ordeal.

With all the talk of Bobbi Kristina Brown’s boyfriend, Nick Gordon, appearing on Dr. Phil, precious little has been said regarding Bobbi Kristina herself. As the old adage goes, no news is good news, so we have hope that at least her condition has not worsened.

In an interview with Extra, Dr. Sasan Yadegar, Neurosurgical Director with Dignity Health Northridge Hospital and Trauma Center, related his opinion regarding the the prognosis for Bobbi Kristina Brown. Although Dr. Yadegar has not personally treated Bobbi Kristina, his experience in the field of neurosurgery is extensive. Dr. Yadegar encourages the Brown family to hold on to hope, stating that some patients with this type of brain injury can take three to six months to regain consciousness, and her young age gives her a better chance of survival than that of someone older.

with Extra, Dr. Sasan Yadegar, Neurosurgical Director with Dignity Health Northridge Hospital and Trauma Center “In the best of circumstances, what happens with these patients is that you expect the first thing to return is some respiratory function, the second thing to return is their eyes may open. They may not follow commands but their eyes may open. The third thing is movement of the upper and lower extremities. That is not to commands, but due to some type of stimulus. And then slowly, and God willing, they start following some commands.”

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