Ryan Seaccrest has said his heart attack “is not going to end up being a life-threatening situation”.
Key points:Mr Seacrent was hospitalised after collapsing at the Royal Melbourne Hospital on Tuesday morningMr Seaccres hospitalised on Wednesday and is recovering at homeMr Seascrest said his wife and three children were not in his care on WednesdayHe told reporters that he was “very grateful” for the support from the public and staff, but did not specify what he would do differently if he needed more time to recover.
He was hospitalise at the RMA hospital on Tuesday, and his wife had to be flown home on Wednesday after being found unconscious.
She was taken to hospital, but Mr Seacrets condition was not considered life-changing.
“It’s been a real wake-up call.
I’m very grateful for the outpouring of support, but it’s not going, it’s just not going,” he said.”
We’re still doing our best to get better.
We’ve got some people here that are doing very well and I’m happy to have that.”
Mr Seccrest said he had been “overwhelmed” by the outpour of support.
“I don’t want to get into a bad way of saying it, but this was a big shock,” he told reporters.
“A big shock.
I didn’t expect this to happen to me.
I’m in a very fortunate position’Dr Robby Glynn, the medical director of the Royal College of Surgeons, said the public had shown “extraordinary bravery” in coming to the rescue of Mr Seaccros wife and children.””
The outpouring was fantastic.”‘
I’m in a very fortunate position’Dr Robby Glynn, the medical director of the Royal College of Surgeons, said the public had shown “extraordinary bravery” in coming to the rescue of Mr Seaccros wife and children.
“If you’ve got someone who’s had a heart attack, it would be like if someone’s been shot at and they just come running out of the hospital, it doesn’t matter how you got there,” Dr Glynn said.
He said it was a great thing for the public to see how quickly they responded.
“You don’t have to be an expert in resuscitation to recognise that a very short period of time can help,” Dr Stacey said.
Dr Stacey described the response to the emergency as “extraordinarily quick”.
“You’d be hard pressed to find a hospital in the world that can match that,” she said.