15-year-old daughter of the famous Director Andrei Konchalovsky and his equally famous wife, actress Yuliya Vysotskaya, came out of the coma. However while, according to the doctor, it is difficult to give a definite monitorings.
The news that the daughter of Andrei Konchalovsky and Yulia Vysotskaya came to, blew up the media space. While some correspondents want to know the position of Mary, others asked for explanations to the doctors to find out what awaits the daughter of famous parents.
"It's hard to do the monitoring that awaits the girl. In the 1st time it entirely depends on the type of the coma, they happen different. A person can simply "sleep", and may lie on the ventilator, i.e. not to breathe on her own. And this also depends on the monitoring of recovery. A lot depends on the care of patients, to adequately do during the "dream" was controlled by the composition of its blood, whether it "fed", is it true he was breathing. In favor of the girls working that she's young, strong body, growing", - quotes the neurologist Alexey Kosarev website "Komsomolskaya Pravda".
The expert has reminded that only in fairy tales the Princess is coming around later for a long period of sleep and then getting married. "The rehabilitation process is not easy. Only in the fairy tale the Princess wakes up from the 1st kiss of the Prince, stretches, and goes to play the wedding. Everything in life differently. And while a lot of things for us, health workers, inexplicable. Someone wakes up, stands up and lives like all ordinary people, even after years of coma. Someone, alas, remains in a serious condition and after 3 months of sleep. Cases when after a coma people are fully recovered, were. And this is not a fairy tale", he concluded the dialogue on an optimistic note.
Confirmation that Maria Konchalovsky came out of a coma, was a photo taken in one of Russian regions. In the pictures you can see how the doctors removed young patient for a walk, to breath fresh air. With all this Masha are no longer surrounded by the wiring of the machine that supports her life.