Joan Mir receives the medical discharge after his fall in the Brno test

The Spanish pilot of Suzuki suffered a pulmonary contusion that prevented him from participating in the Austrian Grand Prix last weekend.


The Spanish rider Joan Mir (Suzuki) was discharged on Monday from his hard fall last week in the Brno test (Czech Republic) that caused a severe lung contusion that prevented him from participating in the Austrian Grand Prix of the past Weekend. 444444

The Balearic was admitted since Friday, August 9 at the Hospital Universitari Dexeus - Grupo Quirón in Barcelona, where he was transferred in a medicalized plane from the center of the Czech town where he had remained since Monday 5, day of its fall, since pulmonary inflammation still persisted. 444444

In Barcelona, Mir underwent a cranial CT scan, a chest CT scan and an abdominal CT scan with contrast, which detected a pulmonary contusion, predominantly on the right side, although the lungs worked "well", as recognized by Doctor Angel Charte, medical manager of the MotoGP World Cup and Head of the U Internal Medicine unit of the Barcelona hospital. 444444

According to Suzuki, , the medical team reported Monday, after conducting a final round of tests that revealed an improvement, decided to discharge Mir and allow him to return home, where he will continue resting until next week again undergo a new review in the same center. The Spanish rider will try to be fully recovered to participate in the Great Prize of Great Britain on August 25.



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