Bronny James Stable After Cardiac Arrest: USC Athletics Faces Second Heart Health Scare

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Bronny James, LeBron’s eldest son and Los Angeles Lakers star LeBron James’ eldest son has stabilized and been discharged from intensive care unit (ICU) following suffering cardiac arrest during a practice session on Monday. Medical staff responded swiftly and transported Bronny directly to hospital, with medical staff quickly tending to him upon arriving there. Now in stable condition and no longer receiving hospital care in ICU; family privacy will be respected during this period; any updates provided as necessary.

LeBron and Savannah James praised the USC medical and athletic staff for their outstanding work and commitment in protecting athletes at USC. Additionally, Los Angeles Fire Department responded to Bronny’s medical emergency at Galen Center on Monday morning and responded accordingly.

Cardiac arrest is an emergency medical event wherein the heart suddenly ceases to beat unexpectedly, cutting off blood flow to essential organs like the brain. Rapid intervention such as using automated external defibrillators and CPR are imperative when this occurs; according to the National Institutes of Health, cardiac arrest accounts for an increasing number of deaths annually in America alone. Cardiac arrest differs from heart attack because heartbeat often continues even during an attack; cardiac arrest requires immediate care but only in extreme circumstances is treated.

Given Bronny’s situation, Damar Hamlin of the Buffalo Bills safety position who underwent cardiac arrest during a Monday Night Football game last season has expressed his support for Bronny on social media.

Bronny James was 18 years old when he entered USC. Listed 20th on ESPN 100 rankings and considered sixth rated point guard of his class, Bronny was set to begin his freshman year in August 2019.

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Unfortunately, this isn’t the first time that USC Trojans basketball program has faced an unfortunate incident. Last July 1, Vincent Iwuchukwu, one of their top freshman, suffered cardiac arrest but managed to make a full recovery and return for 14 games later on with USC.

USC men’s basketball was currently gearing up for an exhibition tour to Croatia and Greece; however, due to Bronny’s health condition these plans may change. NCAA regulations have given USC an extra 10 practice days before commencing this upcoming exhibition tour that features matches in Athens/Mykonos/Dubrovnik respectively.

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