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Friday, May 21, 2010

Bret Michaels Back in Hospital: He is a Rocker Who Suffers ‘Warning Stroke’


Bret Michaels Back in Hospital? Yes, read the story below. According to doctors, an Ultrasound Bubble test of Michaels' heart was then done, and they found a hole in his heart described as a Patent Forum Ovale. Wow! It’s surprising new for his fans, sometimes It’s hard to believe isn’t? It was only a couple of days ago that Bret Michaels’ fans were watching him chat to talk show legend Oprah Winfrey about his recovery from the massive brain hemorrhage he suffered. But now the news has reached us that the rocker is unfortunately back in hospital.
The new health woes come just days before Bret was to make an appearance at Sunday's live finale of 'Celebrity Apprentice,' where he's in one of the final two competitors vying for the show's title.
Bret’s physician, Joseph Zabramski, said that the hole in the heart diagnosis was “devastating news to Bret and his family.” He also said: “The good news is that it is operable and treatable, and we think we may have diagnosed the problem that caused the transient ischemic attack.”

Michaels' neurosurgeon, Dr. Joseph Zabramski, said, "There is no doubt that the positive Patent Foramen Ovale (PFO) is devastating news to Bret and his family. The good news is that it is operable and treatable and we think we may have diagnosed the problem that caused the Transient Ischemic Attach (TIA) or warning stroke."
Zabramski says that he's well aware Michaels planned on attending the New York City finale and even getting back on the road to play concerts in the near future, but now adds: "Bret's brain and body are not quite 100 percent yet, especially with the hole found in his heart. Further tests will be conducted throughout the week and I will have more information next week as to how this Patent Foramen Ovale (PFO) will be treated. For now, Bret will be treated with outpatient care which includes a daily injection of Lovenox (a blood thinner to reduce the chance of blood clots) and blood tests.
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