«thanks to everyone for their messages of support. «I’m much better now and in the process of recovery», said the singer on Twitter, where I also wanted to thank «the staff of the hospital» for a fantastic job.
On Thursday, the average specialized Billboard reported that Jagger had been tested successfully to an operation in which doctors agreed to its heart valve through the femoral artery, and he was under observation at the prospect of some kind of complications, including hemorrhage.
Recovery period doctors practiced you a «catheter aortic valve replacement» (art), a procedure minimally invasive that allows you to repair the valve without having to disconnect the thorax, so the recovery period of reduces considerably.
Jagger must remain at rest for at least 4 to 5 days to make the artery can heal properly, although it will take a longer period of time before returning to the stage.
The surgery took place just three days after he half Drudge Report announced that the British should undergo cardiac surgery.
Suspension turns «No Filter» in a statement released on Saturday, the band explained that it was necessary to suspend the concerts in North America from its «No Filter» tour, since the doctors of Jagger, for 75 years, pointed out that it should be treated and could not go on tour «in this moment», while expected to»recover fully»from his illness.
The Stones apologized for the inconvenience and assured that those who purchased tickets can use them when he is «soon» announce the new calendar of concerts.
For his part, Jagger regretted his indisposition on Twitter and told his followers: «I hate to disappoint them in this way».
«I am devastated at having to postpone the tour but I will much endeavour to return to the stage as soon as possible. Again, huge apologies to all over the world,»wrote.
After completing the European part of the tour «No Filter» at the end of last year, launched September 9, 2017, the Rolling Stones they were about to be carried out between April and June the second phase with 17 concerts in USA and Canada.