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Campaign: Bernie Sanders had heart attack, released from hospital

LAS VEGAS (AP) — Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders had a coronary heart assault, his marketing campaign confirmed Friday because the Vermont senator was launched from a Nevada hospital.

Sanders’ marketing campaign launched an announcement from the 78-year-old’s Las Vegas medical doctors that stated the senator was secure when he arrived Tuesday at Desert Springs Hospital Medical Center.

The medical doctors, Arturo Marchand, Jr. and Arjun Gururaj, stated Sanders rapidly had two stents positioned in a blocked artery in his coronary heart and the remainder of his arteries had been regular.

Sanders was hospitalized Tuesday after experiencing chest discomfort throughout a marketing campaign occasion.

A blocked artery may cause a coronary heart assault, which simply signifies that an space of the center is struggling and at risk of harm as a result of it’s not getting sufficient blood or oxygen. An artery-opening process just like the one Sanders had, and putting stents, that are tiny scaffolds to maintain the artery open, restores blood circulation and helps stop future issues.

The statements from Sanders and his medical doctors don’t point out whether or not his coronary heart suffered any everlasting harm, or the extent of any. The sooner blood circulation is restored, the higher the possibility of survival with out harm, which is why coronary heart consultants urge anybody pondering they could be having a coronary heart assault to name 911.

The medical doctors stated the remainder of his keep earlier than being discharged Friday was “uneventful with good expected progress.”

The marketing campaign additionally launched an announcement from Sanders the place he thanked the medical doctors, nurses and hospital workers.

“After two and a half days in the hospital, I feel great, and after taking a short time off, I look forward to getting back to work,” he stated.

He was anticipated to return to Vermont.


AP Chief Medical Writer Marilynn Marchione in Milwaukee contributed to this report.

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