FRIDAY, Apr 5, 2019 (HealthDay News) –Mick Jagger is recuperating and in good health after his heart valve procedure.
The Rolling Stones frontman is being monitored for any complications that could occur, such as additional bleeding, sources told Billboard.
Jagger underwent a minimally invasive procession called transcatheter aortic valve replacement. Doctors accessed his heart valve regulating a catheter that was extrinsic by his femoral artery, avoiding a need to open Jagger’s chest.
The liberation time after a procession is most shorter than after surgery, though Jagger has to rest for 4 to 5 days to assent a artery can heal, Billboard reported.
While he could be adult and relocating in a few days, he’ll need additional liberation time before returning to live performances.
The Stones had designed to start a North American debate in April, though deferred it so Jagger could have a procedure. The debate is now scheduled to start in July, Billboardr eported