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Arnold Schwarzenegger out of hospital after heart procedure

Arnold Schwarzenegger's spokesman says the former California governor left a Los Angeles hospital Friday after a heart procedure. Spokesman Daniel Ketchell said in an email the 70-year-old "Terminator" actor is "home and doing incredibly well." Schwarzenegger underwent a scheduled procedure March 29. A pulmonic valve originally installed in 1997 for a congenital heart defect had to be replaced. Schwarzenegger took to Twitter on Monday to thank well-wishers and Cedars-Sinai Medical Center staff.
By The News · 06 of April 2018 22:15:08
FILE - In this Dec. 12, 2017 file photo, Arnold Schwarzenegger waves as he arrives at the Elysee Palace prior to a meeting on climate change in Paris. Schwarzenegger is recovering in a Los Angeles hospital after undergoing heart surgery. He had a scheduled procedure to replace a pulmonic valve on Thursday, March 29, 2018, according to Schwarzenegger’s spokesman. He is in stable condition. (AP Photo/Francois Mori, File), No available, FILE - In this Dec. 12, 2017 file photo, Arnold Schwarzenegger waves as he arrives at the Elysee Palace prior to a meeting on climate change in Paris. Schwarzenegger is recovering in a Los Angeles hospital after undergoing heart surgery. He had a scheduled procedure to replace a pulmonic valve on Thursday, March 29, 2018, according to Schwarzenegger’s spokesman. He is in stable condition. (AP Photo/Francois Mori, File)

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Arnold Schwarzenegger left a Los Angeles hospital Friday after a heart procedure, his spokesman said.

The spokesman, Daniel Ketchell, said in an email that the 70-year-old “Terminator” actor and former California governor is “home and doing incredibly well.”

Schwarzenegger underwent a scheduled procedure March 29. A pulmonic valve originally installed in 1997 for a congenital heart defect had to be replaced. He’s been tweeting from Cedars-Sinai Medical Center for several days, including this one on Monday:

“It’s true: I’m back! I went to sleep expecting to wake up with a small incision and woke up with a big one — but guess what? I woke up, and that’s something to be thankful for.”