What happened to Bronny James? Sudden Cardiac Arrest Happened: Bronny, a basketball player at the University of Southern California, was injured during practice on Monday. His family said he is out of intensive care and in stable condition.
LeBron James Jr., N.B.A. Son of Star LeBron James suffered cardiac arrest during practice at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles on Monday and was taken to the hospital to be treated in the intensive care unit, according to a statement from a spokesperson for LeBron James and his wife Savannah. The statement added that little James, known as Bronny, is now in a stable condition and is no longer in the ICU.
“LeBron and Savannah publicly at U.S.C. I would like to send my deepest thanks and appreciation to Thank you to the medical and athletic staff for their incredible work and dedication to the safety of our athletes.”
The Los Angeles Fire Department responded to a call for medical assistance at 9:26 a.m. in the 3400 block of Figueroa Street in Los Angeles, which is the address of the university’s Galen Center athletic facility, a spokeswoman for the department said Tuesday. The department would not disclose who needed medical assistance, citing federal policy.
Bronnie James, 18, of U.S.C. I will have new students. this fall. He is the eldest of three children of Lakers star LeBron James. Brony James was a four-star recruit and signed with U.S.C. and chose to at Oregon and Ohio State.
USC According to a statement released in May, the men’s basketball program was scheduled to start on August 5 with a 10-day exhibition tour to Greece and Croatia. It was unclear whether the team would still travel or whether James would go.
Cardiac arrest, when the heart stops, is different from a heart attack, which occurs when blood flow to an artery that nourishes the heart is blocked. More than 300,000 people experience cardiac arrest outside of hospitals each year.
For people who suffer cardiac arrest and receive bystander cardiopulmonary resuscitation, the survival rate is only 11.2 percent. For those who receive immediate defibrillation, the survival rate jumps to 41 percent. It was not known what treatment James received.