Bronny James, son of NBA basketball player LeBron James, reportedly experienced cardiac arrest on Monday, July 24, while working out with his basketball team at USC, where Bronny attends college. The on-site medical team rapidly evaluated the situation and appeared to respond quickly by immediately starting CPR and reportedly using a closely located AED.
“Recognizing cardiac arrest, calling 911 immediately, performing CPR and using an AED as soon as it is available are critical for survival,” said Nancy Brown, chief executive officer of the American Heart Association.
UPDATE: Bronny was discharged on Thursday, July 28, and is resting at home.
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The family of Bronny James, son of NBA basketball player LeBron James, reported that Bronny experienced cardiac arrest on Monday, July 24, while working out with his basketball team. He has been stabilized and is out of intensive care. No other details were immediately released. (SCAF Note: Bronny w...