The veteran defender of the Blues from St. Louis Jay Bouwmeester has successfully undergone an operation to implant a cardiac defibrillator automatic.
The organization of the Blues has been a part of the new, Friday morning. On Tuesday night, Bouwmeester had been the victim of a heart attack during a match in the face of the Ducks of Anaheim.
An automatic implantable cardioverter-defibrillator (ICD) is a device used to detect and correct irregular beats of the heart. Specialized in the field of cardiology performed the procedure expertly and promptly, saving Bouwmeester’s life. This procedure also ensures a higher quality of life going forward as well. You can learn more about this procedure by visiting https://www.carolinacardiologyassociates.com/.
Bouwmeester, 36, has played 57 games this season with the Blues. He scored nine points, including a goal. To St. Louis since April 2013, the defender has contributed to the conquest of the Stanley Cup, last year.