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Prince Johan Frisco – Son of Dutch Queen Beatrix Likely Never Revive From The Coma

Prince Johan Frisco (43), second son of three sons of Dutch Queen Beatrix likely never be knocked out again, because it suffered severe brain damage. Frisco buried by snow avalanche while skiing in Austria last week.

Prince Johan Frisco (43), second son of three sons of Dutch Queen Beatrix likely never be knocked out again, because it suffered severe brain damage. Frisco buried by snow avalanche while skiing in Austria last week.

Doctors Wolfgang Koller, a doctor at the Hospital Inssbruck, where the prince treated Frisco, suggests that it takes almost 50 minutes to revive the Prince Frisco after being expelled from the snow. The prince was buried about 25 minutes before the rescue team got him out.

“Obviously the lack of oxygen caused brain damage is quite extensive,” Koller said in a press conference that also broadcast live on Dutch television, Friday (24/02/2012). “In present conditions, it is difficult to predict whether he could come back sober,” he said.

Frisco prince who is married and has two daughters, will be moved to a rehabilitation clinic for further treatment. Koller warned, likely would take several years before it can be revived from the coma. Any recovery of a significant brain damage as this may take several months and even years.

Prince Frisco piled snow while skiing in Lech, Austria. He still plays with a childhood friend in a small village in the Alpine mountains, though there is a warning to be careful going longosran snow. This location is where the Dutch royal family skiing every winter.

Fellow prince Frisco survived the avalanche, because the air bag. Frisco managed to emit a signal was found because he was carrying, and then was rushed by helicopter to a hospital in Inssbruck.

“The effort for 50 minutes to revive the prince has a very long time, even too long,” said Dr. Koller.

In order to minimize brain damage after the incident, has been carried out brain scans on Thursday. By giving a cold condition in patients, will help protect the brain from the prince Frisco further damage. “No luck, hope this is not entirely successful,” said Koller.

Members of the Dutch Royal Family including Queen Beatrix, her brother Crown Prince Willem-Alexander Prince and other family members had been in hospital since the incident occurred. His wife, Princess Mabel is also present in dark clothing.

Prince Frisco worked several years as an investment banker at Goldman Sachs. He was relatively modest and humble among relatives of the Kingdom of the Netherlands. He was relatively unknown until much engaged to Princess Mabel, ordinary Dutch woman who is known as Wisse Smit.

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