Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is recovering at Sheba Medical Centre in Tel HaShomer after having a pacemaker implanted on Sunday morning.
“The implant went smoothly without any complications,” head of the arrhythmia center Roy Beinart reported, according to Sky News. “He is not in a life-threatening condition, and he feels great and is returning to his daily routine.”
Netanyahu was notified about the arrhythmia on Saturday night, a week after he had been in the hospital due to a dizzy spell.
At the time, doctors thought he was just dehydrated, but put a heart monitor on him just to be safe.
Netanyahu said: “A week ago I was fitted with a monitoring device. That device beeped this evening and said I must have a pacemaker and that I must do this already tonight."
“I feel great, but I need to listen to my doctors,” the 73-year-old leader said.
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