Bobbi Kristina Brown’s Breathing Tube Removed?

Almost three weeks after she was found
unresponsive in a bathtub, Bobbi Kristina Brown
is still fighting for her life.
And according to a new report on CNN this
morning, doctors have removed her breathing
tube. Two sources close to the family told CNN on
Thursday, one day after the procedure
supposedly took place.
Brown, daughter of late singing star Whitney
Houston, will now be ventilated through a hole in
her
throat.
“This is an indication that the patient will need
this for weeks and months to come, as opposed
to hours and days,” said CNN’s chief medical
correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta. He said the
move lowers the risk of infection and is standard
procedure.
Brown, 21, remains in a medically induced coma
at Emory University Hospital in Atlanta. Doctors
are attempting to slowly lift her coma, according
to sources close to the family. The extent of her
injuries is not known.
Police have said they’re treating Brown’s case as
a criminal investigation. She was found in a
bathtub full of water on January 31 at her
Roswell, Georgia, residence.
Her mother, who died in 2012, was similarly
found in a bathtub, just hours before she was to
attend a pre-Grammy Awards party. A coroner
ruled Houston’s death an accidental drowning,
with heart disease and cocaine use listed as
contributing factors.
Brown is her only child.

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