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I can't recall if he visted his sister the Infanta Pilar in hospital earlier this year?
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Old 08-22-2019, 03:34 PM
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Juan Carlos went to the sailboat world championship and his ship won. This operation is scheduled since June, so it seems to be nothing serious
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heart surgery for JC on Saturday.
Let's see who will visit him in hospital!
Let’s see how well he does after surgery, and how his recuperation goes. A man who brought forth a vibrant democracy after the Spanish Civil War and the fascism of the Franco era deserves better than petty speculation about his family.
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Old 08-22-2019, 06:48 PM
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heart surgery for JC on Saturday.
Let's see who will visit him in hospital!
I admire King Juan Carlos and I think your last sentence is inappropriate. You wish for him not to have visitors?
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Old 08-22-2019, 08:25 PM
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Juan Carlos went to the sailboat world championship and his ship won. This operation is scheduled since June, so it seems to be nothing serious
They wouldn't do heart surgery if it wasn't something serious. Anything related to the heart is serious and can turn out ugly, so I hope for a full and speedy recovery after his surgery.
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Old 08-22-2019, 11:33 PM
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Agree. Coming from a family with serious heart issues as well as work, I fully agree.

It may not be emergent, wasn't needed right away. But heart surgery can be a great strain. For someone of his age in poor health, if it wasn't a serious need, they wouldn't risk unnecessary surgery.
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Old 08-23-2019, 12:56 AM
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Let's just hope this surgery will make him better. It feels sad that both King Emeritus Juan Carlos and Empress Emeritus Michiko are sick.
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Old 08-23-2019, 01:03 AM
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I admire King Juan Carlos and I think your last sentence is inappropriate. You wish for him not to have visitors?
?? I did not mean it in an inappropriate way, of course he will have visitors and in the past there usually was some choreography about it, Sofia first then Felipe with his family and very often they talk to the press on such occasions.
It's a minor issue but you never know therefore I hope he can leave the hospital soon.
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Old 08-23-2019, 03:39 PM
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I'm sure we'll see photos from the hospital visits as at the kings age nothing can be taken for granted.
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Old 08-23-2019, 04:02 PM
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Surely, your children and some of your grandchildren will visit you in the hospital. Felipe and Letizia must have already arrived from their vacation destination and will visit King Juan Carlos in the hospital.
I hope everything goes well and can recover soon. You are at a sensitive age, so all care is a little.

Don Juan Carlos has already entered the hospital

The King arrived shortly before ten at night at the Quirón de Pozuelo de Alarcón clinic.
https://www.hola.com/realeza/casa_es...resa-hospital/
https://www.abc.es/espana/casa-real/...9_noticia.html

Specifically, the operation to which the former King of Spain will be submitted this Saturday, as explained by El Mundo newspaper medical sources, will be the placement of three bypasses. It is, therefore, an open heart operation and must remain a minimum of 10-11 days.
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Old 08-23-2019, 04:57 PM
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They wouldn't do heart surgery if it wasn't something serious. Anything related to the heart is serious and can turn out ugly, so I hope for a full and speedy recovery after his surgery.
We all, at least the Spaniards, wish the king "emérito" to have a magnificent recovery after the operation, since age is a risk. In fact, any operation is a risk, but we will only know if it is something more serious or not, after they have operated it, because Zarzuela has said nothing.
Of course, we wish him all the luck in the world. He's only 81 years old and has a lot of life ahead

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Surely, your children and some of your grandchildren will visit you in the hospital. Felipe and Letizia must have already arrived from their vacation destination and will visit King Juan Carlos in the hospital.
I hope everything goes well and can recover soon. You are at a sensitive age, so all care is a little.

Don Juan Carlos has already entered the hospital

The King arrived shortly before ten at night at the Quirón de Pozuelo de Alarcón clinic.
https://www.hola.com/realeza/casa_es...resa-hospital/
https://www.abc.es/espana/casa-real/...9_noticia.html

Specifically, the operation to which the former King of Spain will be submitted this Saturday, as explained by El Mundo newspaper medical sources, will be the placement of three bypasses. It is, therefore, an open heart operation and must remain a minimum of 10-11 days.
Actually, Zarzuela has said absolutely nothing about what the cardiac intervention consists of.
Maybe the World has "spies" in Zarzuela ... but that version is not official. Nothing is official until Zarzuela "does not speak"
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Old 08-23-2019, 05:09 PM
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Actually, Zarzuela has said absolutely nothing about what the cardiac intervention consists of.
Maybe the World has "spies" in Zarzuela ... but that version is not official. Nothing is official until Zarzuela "does not speak"
They speak from medical sources. And several Spanish media give the same details of the operation. I don't think they would go through with this information without certainty.
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More on king Juan Carlos & his heart surgery today.

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King Felipe and Queen Sofia arrives in Hospital Universitario Quiron Salud-Madrid hospital to visit King Juan Carlos today

https://www.rexfeatures.com/set/10370993

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Old 08-24-2019, 09:46 AM
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King Juan Carlos has already been operated.

According to Zarzuela sources, this surgery has ended at around three in the afternoon. What are not yet known are the details of it but will have to wait since it is planned that in the next few minutes, the hospital's medical team will offer a press conference in which it explains both the specific data of the ailment and the steps that have been followed during the operation, which would have lasted approximately four hours.
https://www.hola.com/realeza/casa_es...-parte-medico/

The King Felipe VI is accompanied by the head of his House, Jaime Alfonsín. The Secretary General of the Casa del Rey, Domingo Martínez Palomo, and the diplomatic coordinator, Alfonso Sanz Portolés, are also in the health center from the beginning of the morning.

Lucía Alonso, managing director of the Quirónsalud group in Madrid, is expected to report on the status of the King emeritus, his prognosis and the details of the procedure, in which he would have been implanted “between three and four 'by-pass'.

New information on the operation of King Juan Carlos:
King Don Juan Carlos has been successfully operated from the heart and three aorto-coronary "by-passes" have been implanted, as reported by Dr. Lucía Alonso, managing director of the Quirón de Pozuelo de Alarcón University Hospital. The doctor added that the King Juan Carlos is in the Intensive Care Unit for post-surgical control, as is usual in this type of procedure. The operation was carried out by Dr. Alberto Forteza, head of the Cardiac Surgery Service of the Quirón Hospital, and his team. "The intervention has passed without incident," he added.
https://www.abc.es/espana/casa-real/...4_noticia.html

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Old 08-24-2019, 12:05 PM
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Glad to hear the surgery went well. Although danger isn't over yet. The first days after open heart surgery the king will be at the Intensive Care (next step 'semi-intensive care' units) as he will be slowly taken off (life-)support. It must have been grueling for the king and his mother to be at the hospital waiting for this first positive news that all went well. Let's hope for a good recovery for the king emeritus; as that takes (many) months - and most likely even more at his age.
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Yes it is true the danger is not over yet. I know people who have done this operation, and usually the lives of people who do such operations will never be the same again, especially at this age. I wish the King has a good recovery and we can see him again soon.
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The "emérito" king Juan Carlos has undergone surgery by practicing three coronary bypasses. It is in the Intensive Care Unit, but everything has gone very well. King Felipe VI has commented that his daughters and the queen Letizia will go when Juan Carlos can receive visitors, which will not be in many days. We assume that one day in the ICU will be enough.
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Queen Sofia visit today the King with her sister Princess Irene

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Nice to see Princess Irene visiting her brother in law.
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