Mick Jagger shares first photo since reported heart surgery.
Mick Jagger Recovering from Successful Transcatheter Aortic Valve Replacement (TAVR) Surgery Posted on April 08, 2019 by Medtech(y) Staff The Rolling Stones recently postponed 17 shows over the next three months in the U.S. and Canada and the reason became more clear last week as it was reported that lead singer, Sir Mick Jagger, underwent successful transcatheter aortic valve replacement.
Mick Jagger will undergo heart valve replacement surgery this week in New York, according to the Drudge Report. The update comes after the Rolling Stones announced over the weekend that they would.
Part of his speedy recovery is due to the fact that Mr. Jagger underwent a new type of heart valve surgery called TAVR (or Transcatheter Aortic Valve Replacement).This is a minimally invasive procedure whereby the aortic valve (the one way door that controls blood flow from the heart to the body) is replaced without cutting through the breast bone or putting a patient on a heart-lung machine.
While Jagger has not discussed his condition, Rolling Stone magazine confirmed reports that Jagger, 75, needs heart valve surgery. It's scheduled this week in New York. Jagger is expected to make a complete recovery, the band said in a statement. Jagger has plenty of company. More than 5 million Americans live with heart valve disease. In 2013, the most recent year for which numbers are.
Mick Jagger gives first interview since heart surgery Rock and roll icon said he has already been back in the gym and rehearsing for the Stones rescheduled tour dates.
Famous rocker Mick Jagger will reportedly undergo heart valve replacement surgery in New York City in the coming days. Jagger’s health caused The Rolling Stones to cancel upcoming tour dates. Jagger will likely have higher quality care in the U.S. than he would have in the United Kingdom, health care experts told The Daily Caller News Foundation.
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