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Racer Pat Warren Hospitalized – Updated 3/4

Published by Johnny Davis on March 3, 2014

UPDATE:  March 4, 2014:  Robert just called and Pat will be released from VCU Medical Center tomorrow (Wednesday, March 5th) and be able to go home and recover there.  She is still in pain when she is on her feet and is still coping with severe headaches but the doctors continue to tell Pat and Robert that those symptoms are to be expected and that she is doing remarkably well!  Praises to God for such a wonderful recovery!

UPDATE:  March 2, 2014 – I got to speak with Pat on Sunday afternoon after she got settled in to her new room at VCU Medical Center (she’s out of the Critical Care Unit).  She is still suffering from headaches and some other issues but is doing well and sounding great.  Doctors say that she may have up to 6 weeks of recovery as the symptoms  clear her system.  She received the card for many racers and fans at Richmond Dragway and really appreciated that.

UPDATE: February 28, 2014 – The testing for Thursday, 2/27 revealed that the bleeding has stopped and the blood in Pat’s brain is being absorbed by her body. She is still suffering from some headaches and weakness from being in the hospital for a week but Doctors are optimistically calling her case a recovery and she will hopefully be strengthened in the next few days and released from the hospital very soon. There is a noticable pep in Robert’s voice over this great news!

UPDATE:  February 24, 2014 – Robert reported that Pat continues to be comfortable and alert as they wait for the testing on Thursday to try to locate the bleeding in her brain.  Once the doctors locate the source, they will formulate a care plan.  At this time, Pat is not up for a lot of visitors or calls but she and Robert both appreciate all of the prayers and thoughts from the racing family.

Former Sportsman of the Year and Top ET Racer (and fan favorite), Pat Warren is currently hospitalized at VCU Medical Center.  Pat’s husband Robert wanted to share the word that Pat is stable and doing well but will remain at VCU Medical Center for future evaluation and testing.  Rumors have been circulating in our racing community and Robert wanted to be sure that the correct information is made available.

Pat’s situation is serious but at present she is resting comfortably and being closely monitored.

Robert will keep us abreast of Pat”s situation as updates are available and we will get information out to her many friends and fans!  Take a moment and say a prayer for Pat, Robert and the team of Doctors and Nurses who are caring for her.

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