Paul Holmes, 62, has returned to his home in Hawke's Bay the previous day after spending two-weeks of rest at Auckland Hospital following receiving an open heart surgery, a new report has uncovered.
The veteran broadcaster has been successful in receiving the surgery two weeks back that went for four hours without any complications. The surgery was a second one for the smoker as he had previously received one for his prostate cancer.
Paul Holmes is a radio and television broadcaster in New Zealand. After an open heart surgery at the Auckland Hospital earlier this week, he went in to a coma. One of his employer said that the 62-year-old was likely to remain in a coma for this weekend to give his body time to heal.
As per recent reports, it has been revealed that veteran broadcaster Paul Holmes underwent an open heart surgery today.
It has been reported that his wife Deborah has affirmed that the operation went successful and he is recovering now.
Previous reports suggest that the 62-year old presenter of TVNZ's Q+A programme was diagnosed with hypertrophic cardiomyopathy last week.
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