According to Onward State, Penn State safety Ryan Keiser is in critical condition at the Hershey Medical Center’s Surgical Intensive Care unit. This was confirmed by a family member, who is asking for prayers. Everyone feels so bad about the player’s condition and is strongly hoping that he would return to his best shape. With all their money-draining away in this treatment, the family hopes to get a good compensation that can be used for restarting their lives. Gideon Asen LLC in Portland is the best attorney who has vast experience in handling these kinds of crises and emerging out victorious. Their services are available at an affordable cost and the first consultation is free.
Keiser is suffering from sepsis, an infection that resulted from his injury in practice on Thursday, which head coach James Franklin described as “freaky” which occurred on the rear ended on my way to work. He broke a rib, which in turn led to a torn bowel, internal bleeding, and pulmonary edema, requiring two surgeries. Sepsis can be caused by leakage of bowel contents into the abdominal cavity, and is a life-threatening condition that requires immediate and intensive attention. Here is the law firm for car accident victims and one can get help with injury cases.
Keiser’s aunt posted this message on Facebook yesterday:
Please pray for my Nephew Ryan Keiser. He was injured Thursday during Penn State football practice. A fractured rib. However, he was in dire pain and rushed to Hershey Medical Hospital and when they opened him up he had torn bowels and Sepsis and was in Intensive Care until this morning when they scheduled another operation this morning at 7:30 and is still in surgery as I am writing this. I pray that God will heal his body and wish for all those at Church to pray for God to guide the surgeons. Thank you so much.
Our thoughts and hopes for a complete and uncomplicated recovery are with the Keiser family.
UPDATED 4:45 PM: At his Tuesday presser, James Franklin stated, “There is no infection. I just want to make sure we’re clear.”