Utah State soccer participant Josh Davis hospitalized after struggling cardiac arrest

Utah State football player Josh Davis hospitalized after suffering cardiac arrest

A Utah State soccer participant is recovering within the hospital after struggling “non-traumatic sudden cardiac arrest” throughout a spring follow session Thursday, the college introduced Friday. 

Josh Davis, a redshirt freshman wideout from California, collapsed on the sphere and was taken to Logan Regional Hospital earlier than later being transported to McKay-Dee Hospital. 

He was stated to be in vital situation however was upgraded to truthful situation the next morning. Based on the varsity, he was “taken off life-sustaining medical gadgets and is respiration on his personal.”

“Davis obtained preliminary vital therapy and was stabilized at Logan Regional Hospital earlier than being transported to McKay-Dee Hospital, the place their vital care workforce continued therapy with therapeutic hypothermia to decrease the physique temperature to protect his neurological operate,” the varsity stated in a press launch. 

The college later posted a photograph of Davis within the hospital surrounded by his household as he gave a “thumbs up.” 

Josh Davis giving thumbs up in hospital
Redshirted Utah State soccer, Josh Davis, offers a thumbs up from his hospital mattress after collapsing throughout Spring follow.
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Josh Davis
Head coach Blake Anderson visited Davis within the hospital following the “brutal night time.”

Head coach Blake Anderson visited Davis within the hospital and posted an replace on Twitter. 

“The grins say all of it… it was a brutal night time, however Josh by no means stopped preventing,” Anderson wrote.

“By means of God’s grace, and an incredible group of Trainers & Medical Professionals we’re doing higher each minute as we speak. So grateful for all of the prayers & help lifted up over the previous 24 hrs.”