About Arnold Schwarzenegger, some alarming news about a serious medical problem has become known. But is Arnold Schwarzenegger alright? According to TMZ, the actor and former governor of California had an open-heart surgery on March 29 after a catheter replacement. The source of TMZ further said that Schwarzenegger is currently in a stable state. Bustle picked up an agent for Schwarzenegger to get a comment, but received no answer at the time of publication.
TMZ reported that the operation took place at the Cedars-Sinai Hospital in Los Angeles. Due to the experimental nature of the valve replacement procedure, as TMZ reported, the doctors were available if the surgery did not proceed as planned. When the procedure failed, the doctors decided that Schwarzenegger would need open heart surgery.
As TMZ noted in their report, this was not the first time that the actor had surgery on his heart. In 1
Schwarzenegger has spoken earlier in his interview with Graham Bensinger about his 1997 practice, and his experiences are then apparently reflected in the most recent version. In the interview, the actor first noted that heart problems run in his family because his mother had complications with her heart valves. He explained that because the problem is in his family, he gets his heart checked every year. When his doctor saw that his cardiac output was abating, they suggested that he undergo a flap replacement surgery.
The actor went on to note that his situation became bleak soon after the procedure. The operation was initially unsuccessful due to the pressure on the new valve and, he said, that his "body was too big and too strong" to accept the replacement. His doctors then had to do another heart valve surgery immediately, increasing the likelihood of failure (ie complications that could lead to death) from 6 percent to 12 percent. Schwarzenegger told Bensinger that it is extremely dangerous to experience two major operations of this kind within 24 hours. So it's clear why these newer operational news would be alarming, as it sounds similar.
Graham Bensinger on YouTube
In an interview on 60 Minutes of 2012, Schwarzenegger gave even more insight into his 1997 operation. In particular, there was a big decision made by the actor regarding the proceedings He did not tell his wife Maria Shriver about the operation. That was … probably not the best move. Even his doctor told him that he was "crazy" because he did not tell Shriver, who was pregnant at the time, that she had the procedure.
Apparently the actor had found out everything. He explained, "I said to him," Here's the plan, I'll have my heart operated, you'll do it, nobody knows, we'll do it at six in the morning, four days later I'm not there anymore here and I go to Mexico and I'll say Maria, I'm down here, a little busy and I'm on vacation, when I come back I'll be tanned and nobody will know. "Luckily, everything went well and his operation finally went well after it failed initially.
There have been no reports lately that Schwarzenegger was in poor health. This message will probably surprise many. Fortunately, it seems that the actor is doing well and is in a stable condition after his emergency operation.
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