The medical team caring for Malala Yousufzai at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham said today that she was still comfortable and continued to respond well to treatment.
Great news about the response to treatment; hope we can hear you and see you soon Malala. You must be missing school right now, hopefully you’ll soon be able to be back to your normal life.
Malala remains in a stable condition and continues to make good progress at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham, under the care of a medical team from the Queen Elizabeth and Birmingham Children’s hospitals.
Her family remain in Pakistan and it is still not yet confirmed when they will be joining her in the UK.
Great to read that you are making progress Malala; you are still in our thoughts and we hope to hear your voice again soon. Keep it up beautiful young lady.
Malala remains in a stable condition at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham.
On Monday (22 October), Mian Iftikhar Hussain, the Information Minister of Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa province in Pakistan, visited the hospital to meet with Dr Dave Rosser, Medical Director.
In a private meeting, Dr Rosser gave a clinical progress report on Malala’s treatment and condition. He reiterated the detail given at a media briefing last week (see video below).
The Minister also brought get-well cards and flowers for the 15-year-old, although he was not able to visit her personally. He sincerely thanked the nurses, doctors and support staff involved in her care. He said she was receiving the “best care in the world” as the hospital could provide the most appropriate expertise and experience to treat the injured teenager.
At this time, Malala’s family remain in Pakistan.
First official visit from Pakistan today; I hope you’ll soon be able to have the tracheotomy removed so you can speak and also that your energies are restore so you can walk about; really praying for your prompt recovery Malala.
Malala continues to make steady progress and is in a stable condition at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham.
She has now been in the hospital for one week, under the care of a specialist team from both the Queen Elizabeth and Birmingham Children’s hospitals.
Already a week since the UK received a start in its land. Happy beginning of the week Malala I wish you well and nice things to happe this week for you.
Malala is stable in the Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham following her sixth night under the care of Queen Elizabeth and Birmingham Children’s hospitals’ staff.
Very short update from the hospital; wishing you a nice Sunday Malala; get well soon. The whole world is thinking of you.
Malala’s condition remains unchanged since yesterday’s detailed briefing on her progress. She is stable, comfortable and responding well today.
Dr Dave Rosser has explained that Malala will now need a significant period of rest and recuperation before she has reconstructive surgery.
Rest as much as necessary Malala; have a nice weekend. You are a little star shining in Birmingham.
BIRMINGHAM: Malala Yousafzai, the schoolgirl shot in the head by the Taliban, has been able to stand with help for the first time, doctors treating her at a British hospital said Friday.
She is also communicating by writing notes, said Doctor Dave Rosser, the medical director at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham, central England, where the teenager was taken to from Pakistan on Monday.
Very happy to read about the recovery; go Malala, go; we really hope the sun shines over Birmingham for you this weekend.
Malala Yousufzai’s condition this morning is “comfortable and stable”.
The 15-year-old, who sustained her injuries 10 days ago, is being treated at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham with a team from both the Queen Elizabeth and Birmingham Children’s hospitals looking after her.
Malala’s family remain in Pakistan at this time.
Good morning Malala, weekend is coming, hoping for you to get better and that you are in touch with the family back in Mingora. Cheer up young lady.
Malala Yousafzai continues to receive one-to-one nursing care, 24 hours a day, from staff at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham, working alongside colleagues from Birmingham Children’s Hospital.
Her condition remains “stable” and doctors say she is responding well to treatment.
Malala’s family remain in Pakistan at this time.
Wondering why is taking so long for the family to arrive; hopefully nothing to do with visas or money. Thinking and praying for you Malala.
A spokesman for the Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham said Malala Yousafzai remained in a stable condition and continued to impress doctors by responding well to her care.
University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust (UHB) understands there have been reports that Malala’s family have traveled to the UK and that they are with her at the hospital. We can clarify that currently the family are still in Pakistan.
Great news about Malala’s recovery and resilience Wishing the family re-unites soon again here in the UK.