LeBron James's Son Bronny Recovering from Cardiac Arrest

By Babita Singh 


 Bronny James, the son of NBA star LeBron James, suffered a cardiac arrest during basketball practice at the University of Southern California on Monday.

James was taken to the hospital and treated with CPR and a defibrillator. He is now in stable condition.

The USC medical staff responded quickly to James's cardiac arrest and was able to save his life.

The staff has experience with cardiac arrests in young athletes, having treated USC freshman forward Vince Iwuchukwu in July 2022.

Lwuchukwu also collapsed during a workout and was treated with CPR and a defibrillator. He made a full recovery and returned to the basketball team in January 2023. 

It is unclear what the long-term effects of James's cardiac arrest will be on his basketball career. However, he is expected to make a full recovery.

James's father, LeBron James, has said that he would like to play in the NBA with his son.

Bronny James's cardiac arrest is a reminder of the dangers of sudden cardiac arrest in young athletes.

It is important for athletes to be aware of the signs and symptoms of cardiac arrest and to seek medical attention immediately if they experience any of them.

The American Heart Association estimates that more than 350,000 cardiac arrests happen outside of a hospital in the United States each year.

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