Arnold Schwarzenegger undergoes emergency heart surgery after serious health complications
The 70-year-old former California governer reportedly suffered complications from a valve replacement procedure prompting doctors to perform an emergency open-heart operation.
Arnold Schwarzenegger reportedly suffered complications from a valve replacement procedure prompting doctors to perform an emergency heart surgery on him, Radar Online has confirmed.
On March 29, the 70-year-old actor checked into Cedars-Sinai Hospital to undergo a catheter valve replacement. However, the replacement failed during the procedure causing various complications that immediately required an open-heart surgery.
It’s a known fact that the former Mr. Universe and California governor has been suffering from heart ailments through the years and even had an aortic valve replaced early in his career. Reports suggested his problems stemmed from his extensive use of steroids during his body building days though doctors later asserted his use of the muscle builder had nothing to do with his heart disorder.
Following his recent surgery, Schwarzenegger is reportedly in stable condition though further updates are still unavailable.