Kareem Abdul-Jabbar hospitalized again, but no complications found


Kareem Abdul-Jabbar recently underwent quadruple coronary bypass surgery, and he was expected to make a full recovery.

A bit off scary news yesterday, though.

UCLA Medical Center release:

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar was experiencing some dizziness following his April 16 quadruple bypass surgery. He contacted his physicians, who told him to come to the emergency department at Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center. He was evaluated by his surgeon and cardiologist. After a battery of tests, they found no complications. Abdul-Jabbar was discharged from the emergency department and is back home continuing his recovery. His surgeon, Dr. Richard Shemin, said it is not uncommon for patients to experience some symptoms that require ruling out serious problems following major heart surgery. Shemin added that Abdul-Jabbar did the right thing by coming in to see his doctors.

Thankfully, this was nothing.

Hopefully, that’s the last of Abdul-Jabbar’s issues related to this procedure.