He might be known as a robot professional killer. However, in actuality, he’s just human.
Arnold Schwarzenegger, the 73-year-old entertainer and previous Republican legislative head of California, uncovered via online media Thursday that he had gone through heart medical procedure.
In the post, which was shared on both Instagram and Twitter, Schwarzenegger shared that he had his aortic valve supplanted at the Cleveland Clinic clinical focus in Ohio.
A defective aortic valve isn’t something you need to have thinking about that it assists blood with streaming out of the heart and through the remainder of the body. It can likewise prompt aortic stenosis and is more normal as individuals age. Others, like Schwarzenegger, have heart issues their entire lives due to an intrinsic heart deformity.
Schwarzenegger posted that he was at that point feeling good.
“I feel fabulous and have just been strolling the roads of Cleveland making the most of your astonishing sculptures,” he composed on Instagram. “Much obliged to you to each doc[tor] and medical caretaker in my group!”
This isn’t his first heart surgery
Schwarzenegger had open-heart surgery two years ago to replace a pulmonary valve, following a previous pulmonary valve replacement in 1997.
“Governor Schwarzenegger’s pulmonic valve was successfully replaced and he is currently recovering from the surgery and is in stable condition,” Daniel Ketchell, a Schwarzenegger spokesperson, tweeted in 2018. The pulmonary valve helps blood flow from the heart to the lungs. Issues with this valve can lead to pulmonary valve stenosis and pulmonary valve regurgitation. Schwarzenegger isn’t the first politician to have battled with heart issues, and it doesn’t discriminate against party lines. President Donald Trump’s medical records revealed he had a common form of heart disease in 2018, while former presidential candidate Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders had a heart attack in 2019.